Poetry Wales

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Poetry Wales is a quarterly magazine published in Bridgend, Wales in the UK.[1] It publishes poetry, articles and reviews.

History and profile[edit]

Poetry Wales was founded by Meic Stephens [2] in 1965, and has since been edited by Sam Adams, John Powell Ward,[3] Cary Archard,[4] Mike Jenkins, Richard Poole,[5] Robert Minhinnick, Zoë Skoulding,[6][7][8] and Nia Davies who assumed the role in 2014.

Former guest editors of individual issues include Deryn Rees-Jones, Stephen Knight, Gwyneth Lewis, Paul Henry and Duncan Bush.

Former editor Cary Archard also founded Poetry Wales Press, which trades under the name Seren Books.

Along with two other literary magazines in Wales, New Welsh Review and Planet, Poetry Wales receives funding from the Welsh Books Council.


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