at the city's edge

Poetry Podcast | At the City’s Edge Episode 2

At the City’s Edge: The Wetlands of Wales is a podcast of poems, stories, discovery, discussion, music and sound art exploring the importance of the Welsh wetlands, which are now under threat.

With special guests for this episode: Dr Kate North and Benjamin Marriott.

This episode is in honour of all the animals we have lost and is dedicated to Remembrance Day for Lost Species.

Created and hosted by Mab Jones, with support from the Royal Society of Literature and a Literature Matters Award 2019.

The At The City’s Edge podcast will soon also be available on iTunes and Spotify.

Please follow the hashtag #WelshWetlands for more on FB, Twitter and Insta.


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