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Record-breaking Welsh sprinter, Ron Jones, shares his life story
Welsh squadron celebrated in new book on centenary of the Royal Auxiliary Airforce in Wales
Classic collection of Welsh folk tales republished alongside poster by artist Margaret D. Jones and author, Robin Gwyndaf's work
New book promotes a better life for future generations through liberation economics

New book promotes a better life for future generations through liberation economics

With the world in such a state of flux, with decision-making often in the hands of those who are only in it for themselves, a new book published this week seeks to reset how we live our lives. Liberation Economics: Spirituality in Supply and Demand is written by Guy Wildwood and looks at how we can try to 'live more skilfully' in the future so that there is something of this planet, as well as a culture of respect for human well-being, left for our descendants.  read more

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Passion and defiance of Miners' Strike shared in new photography book to mark 40th anniversary

Passion and defiance of Miners' Strike shared in new photography book to mark 40th anniversary

6 March 2024 will mark 40 years since the start of the Miners’ Strike, a year-long conflict that ripped apart communities in Wales. To mark the 40th anniversary, a book of compelling press photographs of the period leading up to, during and just after the industrial action, capturing the defiance, passion and solidarity experienced by miners, their families and their communities will be published.  read more

A celebration of the Welsh Christian experience: new book explores pilgrim sites across Wales and beyond
Diaries of Victorian Welsh swagman republished

Diaries of Victorian Welsh swagman republished

This week sees the extraordinary book Pity the Swagman: The Australian Odyssey of a Victorian Diarist by Bethan Phillips republished. Described by the late Jan Morris as “a truly fascinating book”, Pity the Swagman is a classic that has been out of print for over twenty years.  read more

New artwork for bestselling course for Welsh learners

New artwork for bestselling course for Welsh learners

Y Lolfa has commissioned a young artist from Llannerch-y-Medd in Anglesey to redesign its bestselling Welsh-language course, Welcome to Welsh. First published in 1984, the book has gone through innumerable reprints and sold 75,000 copies. The new edition uses engaging new strip cartoons by Osian Roberts, making it ideal for self-study.  read more

Brand new edition of bestselling beginners' Welsh course published

Brand new edition of bestselling beginners' Welsh course published

A new, updated version of the classic beginners’ Welsh course, Welcome to Welsh, has been published by Y Lolfa. Written by Heini Gruffudd, bestselling author of materials for Welsh learners, the content of the new edition has been completely revamped and the book has been redesigned to bring it up to date.  read more

New edition of Condry's classic guidebook to Wales

New edition of Condry's classic guidebook to Wales

This month sees the publication of William (Bill) Condry’s original Exploring Wales, which was first published in 1970. This new edition retains Condy’s superlative prose but includes an introduction by his long-time friend Neville Jones and hopes to reach an increasingly receptive audience.  read more

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New cookbook celebrates food fresh from the garden
The Rhondda - re-imagined

The Rhondda - re-imagined

If you think you know the Rhondda, think again. John Geraint’s kaleidoscopic portrait of his native valley – brimful of exuberant characters and inspirational stories of community renewal – is a real eye opener.  read more

'Neglected' history of Wales in Second World War published

'Neglected' history of Wales in Second World War published

Wales’ role in the Second World War, and its effect on the people and landscape of the nation, has been severely neglected says Quentin Deakin, author of Wales in World War 2 (Y Lolfa). Taking a fresh look at the subject, Dr Deakin argues that neither Welsh or English historians have shown the extent to which Wales was vital to the British war effort.  read more

The personal stories of 26 former Welsh rugby internationals

The personal stories of 26 former Welsh rugby internationals

What does a warehouse worker, a lab technician, and a supermarket owner have in common? They were all Welsh international rugby players in their day and are among the 26 who have shared their remarkable stories in ‘Rugby Lives’, a new book by sports journalist Simon Thomas.  read more

Celebration of centenary of Welsh women's peace petition

Celebration of centenary of Welsh women's peace petition

This week sees the publication of a bilingual English/Welsh history of an amazing Petition that sought world peace. The Petition, started in Wales in the wake of World War I, asked American women to work alongside the women of Wales in the name of peace and held almost 400,000 signatures – a significant percentage of the female population of the day.  read more

The stories of rugby legend Charlie Faulkner shared for the first time
The Miners Strike Back -
‘Voice of Welsh Shearing’ Tom Evans Publishes Life Story
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