Monthly Archives: September 2016

Wales at Waters Edge : a review

My most recent book, Wales at Waters Edge, with text by Jon Gower, was published in May 2012. I’ve only just become aware of this review of it, which appeared four years ago in the Wales Arts Review. Meirionnydd (the old county of Merionethshire) … Continue reading

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You wait around and then you wait around some more.

One evening about ten days ago I headed down to Pembrokeshire. Postcards are still selling well down there and I need to renew a couple of cards for next season. One card in particular had sold out, a view of … Continue reading

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A Day at the Seaside – New Quay (Part Two)

Back in summer 1989 the Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior (IIRC) made a surprise visit to Aberystwyth. Their intention was to publicise the presence of a resident group of bottlenose dolphins in Cardigan Bay – one of only two in British … Continue reading

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