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The Carnival Bookshop to Open in Cardiff

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The Carnival Bookshop to Open in Cardiff

The Carnival is a new pop-up bookshop in the centre of Cardiff that will provide an unrivalled selection of books from leading writers such as Rachel Trezise, Owen Sheers, Tristan Hughes, Cynan Jones, Deborah Kay Davies, Angela V. John, Dai Smith, John Harrison, Malachy Doyle, Wil Roberts, Horatio Claire, Alys Conran, Stevie Davies, Norman Schwenk, and Peter Lord. As well as exciting new voices such as Siôn Tomos Owen, Rebecca F. John, Gwenno Dafydd, Michael Oliver- Semenov, Gary Raymond, Mark Blayney, Susmita Bhattarcharya, Natalie Ann Holborow, Huw Davies and Eloise Williams, Nick Fisk and Dan Tyte.

Also, there will be a full selection from the classics of Welsh literature including Raymond Williams’ Border Country, Kate Robert’s Feet in Chains and Dannie Abse’s Goodbye Twentieth Century.

As a welcome to the Carnival we are offering a voucher worth £5 off all Library of Wales and selected Parthian titles with this printable gift voucher redeemable at the shop launch at Duke St Arcade (opposite Garland’s Eatery and Coffee house) central Cardiff at 4.30 on Thursday 24th November with special guest Welsh acting and writing legend Boyd Clack.

Please bring along the voucher to the Carnival bookshop or, if you can’t make Cardiff you can get £3 off on our new website www.parthianbooks.com (voucher code: CARNIVAL).

The Carnival will also be stocking the latest magazine editions from Wales Arts Review, Poetry Wales, New Welsh Review, The Ghastling, The Lonely Crowd, Agenda, O’r Pedwar Gwynt and Planet

The Legends Table 

2017 will be the Year of Legends in the literary world and we will have information on forthcoming literary ventures in Wales for 2017 from Literature Wales, The Welsh Books Council, Pen Cymru, Wales Arts Review and a host of other festivals and programmes across Wales. After the opening there’s another event at Waterstones Cardiff, for an entertaining evening with novelist and Library of Wales chair Dai Smith and Professor Peter Stead at 7pm talking about two new releases by William Glynne-Jones in the Library of Wales series and Dai’s new book, What I know I Cannot Say / All That Lies Beneath.

As a welcome to the Carnival bookshop we are offering a voucher worth £5 off all Library of Wales and Parthian titles when brought into the shop. The Carnival bookshop is opening in the Duke St Arcade, Cardiff (opposite Garland’s Eatery and Coffee House) on Thursday November 24th.

 

 


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