Y Fflam

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Y Fflam ('the flame') was a Welsh-language literary journal published between 1946 and 1952, providing a platform for young Welsh writers. It included poetry, artworks, short fiction and reviews. Its political viewpoint was strongly radical nationalism.[1]

It was edited by Euros Bowen, Pennar Davies and J. Gwyn Griffiths[2] and its contributors included D. Tecwyn Lloyd, Gareth Alban Davies, Bobi Jones, and R. S. Thomas.

Gwasg Y Fflam, Bala, was a small publisher set up to produce Y Fflam.

The journal has being digitized by the Welsh Journals Online project at the National Library of Wales.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oxford Companion to the Literature of Wales (1986), p. 198.
  2. ^ Y Fflam, Cyfrol 1, Rhif 1, Y Nadolig 1946.

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