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    On these pages you will find all the author interviews which have appeared on AmeriCymru and its satellite sites since 2008. Due to the intricacies of the site migration process, dates here may not accurately reflect the date of publication on the original site.


    20% OFF WHILE STOCKS LAST- SPECIAL PRICE FOR AMERICYMRU READERS Original Price $18.00 / Our Price $14.40+$3.99 handling=$18.39 Offer applies in U.S. only. Price includes shipping and handling $3.99. If you are a member and logged in to AmeriCymru use the shopping cart symbol on the product page to purchase. If not, please use the PayPal button below. You can purchase with your debit or credit card if you do not have a PayPal account. ... AmeriCymru: Hi Gareth and many thanks for agreeing to this interview. Care to introduce your book 'I Iolo' for our readers? Gareth: It is a...

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    Visit The Authors Website Here  ,,, BioBorn in Wales, Barrie is a former journalist, public relations consultant, college professor, broadcaster and freelance writer. He served with major publications in Canada and the United States before sharing his media expertise as a consultant, training corporate executives and Christian ministry leaders. Barrie trained many budding public relations professionals as a professor at one of Canada’s most prestigious media studies programmes in Toronto. He has lived in Virginia, California and Pennsylvania as well as Great Britain and Canada...

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    Click here to read our 2009 interview with Rhys Hughes AmeriCymru spoke to Wales' most prolific story writer - Rhys Hughes, about his recent novel Cloud Farming In Wales. We are also pleased to include a short excerpt from the book. Rhys Hughes' vision of 'Welsh hell' can be found below. Excerpt from 'Cloud Farming In Wales' - Welsh Hell Buy Cloud Farming here Rhys Hughes bibliography INTERVIEW Cloud Farming In Wales - Rhys Hughes   Photos: 5 AmeriCymru: Hi Rhys and many thanks for agreeing to this interview. Care to introduce your recent book Cloud Farming in...

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    AmeriCymru spoke to Jerry Hunter about his new novel Dark Territory.'Jerry Hunter was born in Cincinnati, USA and is now is a Professor of Welsh and Pro Vice-Chancellor at the University of Bangor, and lives with his family in North Wales. He is best known as a Welsh-language author and has won prestigious literary awards including Welsh Book of the Year for his academic work Llwch Cenhedloedd, and the National Eisteddfod Prose Medal for his first novel, Gwenddydd.'BUY 'DARK TERRITORY' HERE      READ CHAPTER 1 HERE AmeriCymru: Hi Jerry and many thanks for agreeing to this interview....

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    AmeriCymru spoke to Welsh author Brian Jarman about his life, work and future plans."Brian Jarman was born on a farm in Mid Wales, the joint youngest of five brothers. He was educated in local schools and did a degree in French Studies at the LSE, spending one year teaching in a Parisian lycee.........He lives in London with his wife Julia and regularly visits family in Mid-Wales and Cardiff (especially when there’s an international rugby match on)." READ MORE HERE .... .. .. AmeriCymru:  Hi Brian and many thanks for agreeing to this interview. Can you tell us a little about...

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    Sarah Woodbury "With two historian parents, Sarah couldn’t help but develop an interest in the past. She went on to get more than enough education herself (in anthropology) and began writing fiction when the stories in her head overflowed and demanded she let them out. Her interest in Wales stems from her own ancestry and the year she lived in Wales when she fell in love with the country, language, and people. She even convinced her husband to give all four of their children Welsh names."... more Sarah spoke to AmeriCymru recently about her writing, King Arthur and the location of...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > Read our 2016 interview with author Mari Griffith here AmeriCymru: Hi Mari, it's been a while since we last interviewed you on the site and you have an exciting announcement to make, yes? Mari: Yes, to both parts of that question, Ceri. You last interviewed me on the web site in August of last year, on the publication of my second novel The Witch of Eye. But the reason why I have an exciting announcement has more to do with my very first novel, Root of the Tudor Rose. When you interviewed me about that one, I told you that I was committed to...

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    Read our 2013 interview with author Delphine Richards here AmeriCymru: Hi Delphine and many thanks for agreeing to this interview. Care to introduce your latest novel 'The Truth About Eggs' for our readers? Delphine: The Truth About Eggs is a kind of 'follow-up' to Blessed Are The Cracked, in that it features some of the same characters and is set in the same fictional Welsh village in a farming community. Having said that, the era is a few years prior to Tegwyn Prydderch's retirement, so a slight backward transition for readers. Unlike Blessed, The Truth About Eggs is a full length...

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    NIGEL JARRETT AmeriCymru spoke to Welsh author Nigel Jarrett about his work and future plans. For a review of Nigel's latest novel 'Slowly Burning' go here. "Nigel Jarrett is a freelance writer and music critic. He’s written poetry, essays and short stories for such journals as the Observer magazine, London Magazine, Planet, Agenda, Poetry Wales and Poetry Ireland, and many others of dim provenance and solemn obscurity. He is a winner of the Rhys Davies Award for short fiction, and the 2016 inaugural Templar Shorts prize.. A collection of his stories, Funderland, was published in...

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    An Interview With Author Meurig Williams Meurig was born and raised in Wales, and attended Oxford University in England where he received BA (first-class honors), MA and DPhil degrees in chemistry. As part of what was then referred to as the “brain drain”, he accepted a post-doctoral position at the University of California, Berkeley and became an American citizen. He is the holder of 15 US patents, and his multidisciplinary interests have resulted in publications in a wide range of journals across chemistry and physics. In retirement, he has continued the research he initiated at the...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > Read our review of 'Anywhere Out Of The World' here Alan Bilton is the author of two novels, The Known and Unknown Sea (2014), variously compared to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the 1902 movie, A Trip to the Moon, and Dante’s Inferno, and The Sleepwalkers’ Ball (2009) which one critic described as “Franz Kafka meets Mary Poppins”. As a writer, he is obviously a hard man to pin down. He is also the author of books on Silent Film Comedy, Contemporary Fiction, and America in the 1920s. He teaches Creative Writing, Contemporary Literature, and Film...

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    ALAN BILTON ON AMAZON Recorded at the book launch event at the Dylan Thomas Center, Swansea on March 13th 2014.

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    Read our 2015 interview with author Mari Griffith here AmeriCymru spoke with Mari Griffith author of 'The Witch of Eye' BUY THE BOOK HERE"Eleanor Cobham, the beautiful but unpopular Duchess of Gloucester, is proud of her hard-won status among the English aristocracy.  She has used every trick in the book to entrap her royal husband, Humphrey of Gloucester, uncle to King Henry VI who is unmarried and childless...."  read more here A PROMISE KEPT! AmeriCymru: A year or so ago, when we interviewed Mari Griffith on the publication of her debut novel 'Root of the Tudor Rose', she...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > Tracy Prince. Scholar in Residence at the Portland Center for Public Humanities "The author of Portland''s Goose Hollow (2011) and Culture Wars in British Literature: Multiculturalism and National Identity (2012), Dr. Tracy Prince is also a featured speaker for Oregon Humanities in the Conversation Project program and travels throughout Oregon presenting "Uniquely Oregon: Native American Art of Oregon." Dr. Prince has spent her career teaching and writing about race, gender, and social equity issues. She uncovers forgotten or overlooked historical...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > Review of 'Snowdon: The Story Of A Welsh Mountain' From the Wikipedia:- "Born Ernest James Perrin in Manchester, he has lived in Wales, England and France on occasions, from where he contributed to the Guardian Country Diary. Before turning to writing, he worked in Cwm pennant as a shepherd.  As a writer, he has made regular contributions to a number of newspapers and climbing magazines. As a climber, he has developed new routes, as well as making solo ascents of a number of established routes." AmeriCymru spoke to Jim about his new book Snowdon:...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > Here we present two interviews with Welsh writer Bernard Knight.( Bernard Knight on the Wikipedia ) The first appeared on the AmeriCymru blog in March 2012 and the second on our Magazine site in April 2012 after we polled members on the AmeriCymru social site for questions they would like to put to Bernard Knight. AmeriCymru Interview With Bernard Knight 4/17/12 ..... ..... AmeriCymru Interview With Bernard Knight 3/12/12 ..... AmeriCymru: Hi, Bernard, and many thanks for agreeing to talk to AmeriCymru. In the course of a distinguished...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > Buy 'Prichard's Nose' here AmeriCymru spoke to Welsh author Sam Adams about his first novel Prichard''s Nose which  tells the tale of a man who lost his nose in strange circumstances. Sam Adams comes from Gilfach Goch, Glamorgan and is a former editor of Poetry Wales and a former chairman of the English-language section of Yr Academi Gymreig. He edited the Collected Poems and Collected Stories of Roland Mathias, is the author of three monographs in the ‘Writers of Wales’ series and is a frequent contributor of poems, criticism and essays to a number...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > J. D. Davies is a Welsh author and historian. Born in Llanelli, south-west Wales, he has written a number of factual books on the subject of 17th century naval history. He is also the author of a series of naval fiction adventures featuring Captain Matthew Quinton set in the reign of Charles II during the Anglo-Dutch Wars. AmeriCymru spoke to David about his latest book Britannia's Dragon: A Naval History of Wales. ..... AmeriCymru:  Hi David and many thanks for agreeing to this interview. What can you tell us about your recent book Britannia's...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > Brendan Gerad O’Brien. was born in Tralee, on the west coast of Ireland and now lives in Wales with his wife Jennifer and daughters Shelly and Sarah. As a child he spent his summer holidays in Listowel, Co Kerry, where his uncle Moss Scanlon had a Harnessmaker’s shop. Dark September is his first thriller. AmeriCymru spoke to Brendan about his writing and future plans. ... AmeriCymru: Hi Brendan and many thanks for agreeing to this interview. How would you describe 'Dark September'?Brendan: Dark September is a fast paced alternate history thriller...

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    Back to Welsh Literature page > Brian John will need no introduction to many of our readers. His popular Angel Mountain Saga of eight novels set in Pembrokeshire featuring Mistress Martha Morgan has sold more than 75,000 copies worldwide. The novels are set in the rough landscape around the mountain of Carningli in Pembrokeshire, "which is now the scene of considerable "literary tourism" as fans of the series visit Martha Morgan Country." AmeriCymru spoke to Brian about his latest novel 'Acts of God', a cold war thriller set in the 'Arctic Riviera' of East Greenland. ...... .........

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