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Saturday, April 24, 2010

The 2010 Wales Book of the Year Long List

From the tales of the Mabinogi to an account of a rural Welsh childhood in the 1920s and the diary of a modern-day police officer on the beat, the longlist for the Wales Book of the Year features an eclectic mix of subject matter and genres:

* Horatio Clare, A Single Swallow, Vintage
* Jasmine Donahaye, Self-Portrait as Ruth, Salt Modern Poets
* Philip Gross, I Spy Pinhole Eye, Cinnamon Press
* Emyr Humphreys, The Woman at the Window, Seren
* Peter Lord, The Meaning of Pictures, University of Wales Press
* Mike Thomas, Pocket Notebook, Heinemann
* Nikolai Tolstoy, The Oldest British Prose Literature: The Compilation of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, Edward Mellen Press
* Alun Trevor, The Songbird is Singing, Parthian
* Richard Marggraf Turley, Wan-Hu's Flying Chair, Salt Modern Poets
* Terri Wiltshire, Carry Me Home, Macmillan New Writing

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