A collection of short stories by an innovative, contemporary writer.

Dan Gamsyniad

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Hewl A'i Hwyl, Yr

This is the story of the Hennessys from the standpoint of Dave Burns, one of the trio who enriched the folk singing scene in Wales and beyond. It's also the story of the Irish community in Cardiff, a story that is absent from our history books. This is a story brimming with delight and song, and with a delightful mix of zest and craic.

Hanes Yn Y Tir

In this book, historian Elin Jones shows us that evidence for the past is to be seen everywhere in Wales today. She takes us on a visual journey through over 5,000 years of history, and around every part of Wales. A must read history of Wales for every school, learner and teacher. Also available in English:


Expect the unexpected in this intriguing volume of short stories which all have a twist in their tails - or should that be tales?!



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Bachgen, Y Wahadden, Y Llwynog A'r Ceffyl

Full of beautiful text and illustrations, this lively story, originally created by Charlie Mackesy and now in a Welsh translation by Mererid Hopwood, will certainly strike a chord with readers. Its tender life lessons will remind us of friendship in the midst of a topsy-turvy world.

The Magician

From one of our greatest living writers comes a sweeping novel of unrequited love and exile, war and family.

The Magician tells the story of Thomas Mann, whose life was filled with great acclaim and contradiction. He would find himself on the wrong side of history in the First World War, cheerleading the German army, but have a clear vision of the future in the second, anticipating the horrors of Nazism. He would have six children and keep his homosexuality hidden; he was a man forever connected to his family and yet bore witness to the ravages of suicide. He would write some of the greatest works of European literature, and win the Nobel Prize, but would never return to the country that inspired his creativity.

Through one life, Colm Toibin tells the breathtaking story of the twentieth century.


***Praise for Colm Toibin***

'A celebration of what novels can do' Observer

'Devastatingly human . . . savage, sordid and hauntingly believable' Guardian

'Tremendous, richly beautiful, wonderful . . . it does everything we ought to ask of a great novel' Tessa Hadley

'Subtle and enthralling' Sunday Times



A novel about friendship, deception and community. We follow a group of friends - Callum, Babo, Jac Do and Saim Bach - who have to learn to grow up quickly as their community, its people and all that is familiar to them shatter.

Heb Eu Tebyg

Harri Parri, one of Wales' most popular authors, portrays ten people who are 'one-offs'! Special people who have followed their own path in life.

Niwl Ddoe

A woman's body in the River Dee, a tragedy in Llŷn, a lost novel, a secret diary, a perplexing family tree. Mystery lurks in the past of all of us, no more so than in the life of world-famous authoress Veronique and the family history of Sisial y Traeth in Abersoch. Journalist Huw Peris sets out to unravel a number of mysteries but will his interfering prove costly to him?

Caru Crefftio

Following the astounding success of the volume Curo'r Corona'n Coginio, this companion volume celebrates the craft talents of Merched y Wawr members and friends.

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