The Winter 2008 Issue of New Welsh Review (82) - my first as editor - is out this week.
It includes features by Terry Eagleton on Raymond Williams, Lloyd Robson on his search for Robert Mitchum, Sarah Broughton on life writing and Katie Gramich on Gillian Clarke and Christine Evans. In our new opinion column, Anthony Brockway calls for more attention to be given to science fiction writing from Wales and BAFTA Cymru winner Justin Kerrigan (Human Traffic) talks about his new film, I Know You Know, in our new creative focus, First Hand. Poems come from Sinead Morrissey, Meirion Jordan, Joe Dunthorne, Anna Lewis and Damian Walford Davies, with new fiction from Niall Griffiths and Alix Nathan.
New Welsh Review is available from good bookshops in Wales and from Foyles (Charing Cross) in London. Alternatively, visit our website www.newwelshreview.com to purchase individual copies of the magazine (including back issues) or to subscribe now – either as a Christmas gift to yourself or to a friend.