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Latest issue: * Chris Moss visits Patagonia forty years since Chatwin’s voyage
* Nature writer Susan Richardson on the loss of nature’s riches
* Ben Skelton writes on poetry’s response to the recession
* Autobiographical account from Jo Mazelis on her close shave with the local paedophile
* Novel extracts from Gee Williams & Jayne Joso
* New short fiction from Tristan Hughes, An Elephant in Aberaeron
* Nine new poems, including work from Stuart Pickford, Sarah Corbett, Kim Moore & Natalie Ann Holborow



For over twenty years, New Welsh Review has been central to the Welsh literary scene in offering a vital outlet for the very best new fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry, a forum for critical debate and a rigorous and engaged reviewing culture.

New Welsh Review has published some of the greatest writers and thinkers from Wales and beyond; Dannie Abse, Paul Muldoon, P.D. James, Emyr Humphreys, Leslie Norris, Gwyneth Lewis, Les Murray, Rachel Trezise, Niall Griffiths, Owen Sheers, Terry Eagleton, Edna Longley, Byron Rogers and Gillian Clarke provide just a snapshot of the high-calibre names that have appeared in the magazine over its history.

In Issue 106:

» Paul Cooper on his début novel (Bloomsbury, 2016) about a thirteenth-century Sri Lankan court poet

» Niall Griffiths on the tropical volcanic island St Helena

» Chilling stories by Tiffany Murray and Katherine Stansfield

» Psychogeographies of Wales by Mary-Ann Constantine

» Chris Moss on literary tourism & the Dylan Thomas centenary

» Nicholas Murray on landscape, wildlife & literature in the Borders

» Photo-essay by photographer Eamon Bourke & Robert Minhinnick

» ‘A Summer Corridor’ Jim Pratt on Nancy Whistler and her sister Margiad Evans’ year on the River Wye in 1920

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Issue 106 was released on 1 December 2014

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