Our Best Articles of 2016

Our Best Articles of 2016

It has been an exciting year at Wales Arts Review, and we have been privileged to publish a huge display of talent from Welsh writers on an array of fascinating subjects. Here we pick through a small selection of highlights. As usual, to read, just click on the red.

 

A Tribute to David Bowie

The Songman Years: 1966-1974

The Thin White Years: 1975-1985

The Lazarus Years: 1986-2016

A Letter from the Editor

Public Subsidy of the Arts: How Many Times Must We Win This Argument? by Gary Raymond

YA Literature

Time Travel Meets Scary Fairies: Writing the Chronoptika Quartet by Catherine Fisher

Dance

A Common Goal: Arts Funding in Wales and Finland by Tanja Råman

Theatre

Cosy: The Genesis of a Play by Kaite O’Reilly

Poetry

Writing ‘Elephant’ by M. Oliver-Semenov

Shakespeare

Shakespeare and Wales: An Introduction by David Cottis

Transnational Literature Festival

An Introduction to Transnational Literature by Siân Mellangel-Dafydd

Art

The Tin Can as (New) Found Art by Richard Porch

Theatre

How To Build a Season by Ben Atterbury

Photography

Jeremy Moore and Pembrokeshire by Adam Somerset

The Big Read

A Moveable Fast: A Life by Adnan Mahmutović

Comment

Rape Culture and Everyday Life: We Grew Up with This by Siân Norris

Roald Dahl

A Storyteller in the Golden Age of Sweets by Professor Keiko Tanaka

Literature

Around the World in 80 Short Stories by Rebecca F. John

Travelogue

Le Vigan Asylum Seekers by Bill Rees

International Day of the Girl

Inspirational Welsh Women Writers by Amelia Fae

Heritage

Wordsworth in Denbigh by John Idris Jones

Black History Month

An Introduction to Welsh Writers by Durre Shawhar

Mental Health Arts Festival

Introduction to Walls: Muriau

Art and Literature

Jan Morris at 90

Music

  BBC NOW: Composition Wales by Steph Power

Comment

The Politics of Authenticity by Sophie McKeand

 

This is by no means every article we have published in 2016, but rather a sample of what we have covered. To explore our archive in full click on the red.