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    Paul Steffan Jones AKA

    Ceibwr


    Mae patrymau dy glogwynau yn adlewyrchu’r tonnau dy daldra yn dalcen uchel a syn a haenau dy greigiau fel blancedi lliwgar wedi’u plygu a'u gosod mewn cwpwrdd enfawr anniben a hirymaros rwyt ti’n croesawu’r morloi llwyd i fewn i gysgod dy fae sy hefyd yn gysur i ni pan mae amser yn ein caniatau ac mae’r byd dynol yn ormod mae dy drysor yn gemwaith lliwiau seiniau a theimladau anadliad y blaen llanw sibrwd y glustog Fair gwylanod yn pysgota yng ngolau dyfriog y wawr gynnar Ceibwr The patterns of your cliffs reflect the waves your stature a high and...

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        Welsh legend highlights latest novel Three hundred years before Christopher Columbus set foot in his family bathtub, a Prince of Wales gathered together a group of followers and sailed across the Atlantic to arrive in Mobile Bay, Alabama. Prince Madoc of Gwynedd’s legend began and is the heart of The Prince Madoc Secret, the third book in Midland area author Barrie Doyle’s highly rated series, The Oak Grove Conspiracies. Previous books looked at the legend of King Arthur (The Excalibur Parchment) and the legend of the Spear of Destiny (The Lucifer Scroll). Barrie will be signing...

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    A post currently going the rounds on Twitter and Facebook references an article in the Independent which quotes this old Welsh phrase approvingly. To read the article go here:- A passion for the poetry of nature: writer Robert Macfarlane is on a quest to reconnect children with the outdoors We have all been told at some point that we need to calm down, relax and take a walk in the woods. This old Welsh phrase captures that sentiment perfectly. Dwi wedi dod yn ôl at fy nghoed. = I have returned to my senses/regained my mental equilibrium. Literally: I have come back to my tree/s....

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    READ THE WINNING ENTRY HERE - RICE PAPER DREAMS Hi Krystal and many thanks for agreeing to this interview. Care to tell us a little about your winning entry 'Rice Paper Dreams' (link) in this year's WCE Short Story Competition? Krystal: Rice Paper Dreams at its heart is a story about a young girl reuniting with her father. It looks into expectations and unfulfilled dreams, as well as the complicated nature of family relationships, and how they change over time. How did you come up with the idea for the story? Krystal: Almost a third character in itself is the setting–the Kyoto...

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    Today, BBC Cymru Wales and Arts Council of Wales are excited to announce the names of twelve acts selected from across Wales to be part of the Horizons in 2018.  Horizons is a unique showcase of new, independent contemporary music in Wales, supporting and promoting emerging Welsh music talent to wider audiences. Nearly 300 artists applied for a place on the project, which is now in its fourth year.  A diverse list of a dozen of the finest emerging acts from across Wales, this year’s Horizons intake is notable for featuring strong, unique female musicians with 10 of the 12 made up of...

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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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    A SELECTION OF WELSH PIPES VIDEOS FROM JOHN TOSE YOUTUBE CHANNEL PIBYDD (CLICK TO PLAY) .... AmeriCymru: How did Estron come to be formed? John: We're basically a family and friends band - I've been doing stuff with my daughters, Micky and Danny ever since they were quite small but in 2012 we started playing with Holly Robinson, a really talented and well known fiddler here in Pembrokeshire, and coined the name Estron for the band. Jess Ward joined us with her harp two years later. I suppose the band really got going after Micky and Danny moved on from the instruments they'd learned at...

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    Paul Steffan Jones AKA

    Osgoi Ffordd Osgoi


    Does dim palmant dim marciau ffordd dim ffordd ymlaen dim ots allan yn yr anialwch peiriannol ceir yn erbyn ceir gyrrwyr yn erbyn gyrrwyr y milltiroedd  yn ysu amser y byd yn gul yn ein drychau byd cul ein dyddiau dw i am gerdded tuag at y cyntadau a chrwydro’n ddifeddwl diamcan a diystyr a byw ar lethr wrth ochr y draffordd gyda’r ehedydd a’r barcut yn ymyl y chwyn yn sgîl y mygdarthau y twrw y damweiniau y niwed a’r ceudyllau sy’n uno i greu un twll enfawr ac anfarwol roeddwn yn arfer edrych allan am arwyddion ffordd nawr dw i’n chwilio am...

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