According to Mark Rees' Paranormal Cardiff, the city “excels in what might be described as the more chilling cases of supernatural history”.
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TOPOGRAPHICA HIBERNICA: compelling short stories from Irish rapper turned podcaster BLINDBOY BOATCLUB
Initially known from Irish duo Rubberbandits, Blindboy is famous nowadays for his books and self-titled podcast; his latest publication is a collection of short stories.
“I am what they call a relatively high-strung person,” says Jack Jones, frontman of Welsh indie group Trampolene, in pacy memoir Swansea To Hornsey.
An insightful expedition into the jungle, and a consideration of the growing influence of AI, is offered by Julianne Pachico in Jungle House.
Harvest: The Rhys Davies Short Story Award Anthology is drawn from entries to a competition for unpublished writers from or currently living in Wales.
Sue Hubbard’s God’s Little Artist is a suitably unconventional biography of Gwen John: an unconventional painter, and for her time an unconventional woman
Illegal immigration and the toll it takes on those brave or desperate enough to undergo it are the subjects of Celina Baljeet Basra’s daring debut novel Happy.
Mitch Albom - a master of heartwrenching, ultimately uplifting tales - uses his enviable lightness of touch to tackle the darkest of historical subjects, the Holocaust.
The nine essays in Seren's new title Cymru & I add up to a provocative collection from the differing perspectives of Welsh identity.
This strange and unsettling tale of three giants, trapped on the spaceship Audition, is deeply thought-provoking and oddly compelling.
Everything you’ve ever wanted or needed to know about The Cure, lovingly compiled by Simon Price - a man well placed to do so.
If you’re looking for a comfortable, comprehensive read that sums up the early days of hip-hop, then Harlem World is a great place to start.