Alcemi Dwr / Alchemy of Water (Gomer, 2013)

Lightning Beneath the Sea (Seren, 2012).

The Dragon and the Crescent (Seren, 2011).

Real Wrexham (Seren, 2007) Reprinted 2009.

Everything Must Change (Seren, 2007).

Gwyl y Blaidd / Festival of the Wolf, Eds. Tom Cheesman, Grahame Davies and Sylvie Hoffman (Parthian/Hafan, 2006).

Achos, (Barddas, 2005).

The Big Book of Cardiff, Eds. Peter Finch & Grahame Davies (Seren, 2005).

Rhaid i Bopeth Newid, (Gomer, 2004).

Nel país de la borrina. (VTP Editorial, 2004).

No país da brétema (VTP Editorial, 2004).

Ffiniau/Borders, (Gomer, 2002).

The Chosen People, (Seren, 2002).

Cadwyni Rhyddid, (Barddas, 2001).

Oxygen, (Seren, 2000).

Sefyll yn y Bwlch, (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 1999).

Adennill Tir, (Barddas, 1997).

Major articles and anthologies:

  • Four poems in Dodos and Dragons, (Aberystwyth University, 2016) an anthology of Mauritian and Welsh writing edited by Ameerah Arjanee, Mike Jenkins and Kavi Vadamootoo.
  • Three poems in Fesul Gair, (Gomer, 2014) an anthology of poems for students studying Welsh GCSE.

  • 'In the Chapel of the Spirit'. Article about R.S Thomas in Ed. Ali Anwar, Encounters with R.S., (H'mm Foundation, 2013). Twelve writers give their personal accounts of their relationship with the poet R.S.Thomas and his work.
  • Poems for R.S. A Centenary Celebration, (Hay Festival Press) 2013. Eleven writers respond to poems by R.S.Thomas to mark the centenary of his birth.
  • 'Everything Must Change', in Eds. John Osmond and Peter Finch 25/25 Vision. Welsh Horizons across 50 years, (Institute of Welsh Affairs) 2012, 31-35.
  • On Mohammed Farid Street, A response to David M Beddoe's The Lost Mameluke: A Tale of Egypt', New Welsh Review, #96 Summer 2012, 26-35.
  • 'The Dragon and the Crescent', Arches Quarterly, Volume 4, Edition 8, Spring / Summer 2011, Europe's Islamic Past 140-146. Article available online here.

  • 'Wales and Islam', Planet, Number 201, February 2011, 104-114.
  • 'The Novelist, the Nun and the Biscuit Tin', Eds. Valerie Henitiuk and Amanda Hopkinson, In Other Words, The Journal For Literary Translators, Number 30, Winter 2007, 74-79.

  • 'Bryan Martin Davies', Ed. Robert Rhys, Y Patrwm Amryliw, Cyfrol 2, (Barddas, 2006), 91-101.

  • "'By Lightning Beneath the Sea': adoption of New Media in the Welsh language." Mercator Media Forum, Vol 9, (University of Wales Press, 2006), p.69-83. Ed. George Jones.

  • "Cyfannu" and "Making Whole", Beyond the Difference, Welsh Literature in Comparative Contexts, Eds. Alyce von Rothkirch and Daniel Williams, (University of Wales Press, 2004), 204-205. Two poems in a festschrift in honour of Professor M. Wynn Thomas.
  • "Be 'Di Llyfr y Flwyddyn Rhwng Ffrindia'?' Barddas, No. 278, July / August 2004, 50-52. Article on the experience of judging the Book of the Year competition.
  • "Sleeping with the Enemy: The Tensions of Literary Translation", New Welsh Review, No 64, Summer 2004, 58-64. A review of attitudes towards translation of literary texts from Welsh to English.
  • "Dechreuadau: Y Gymraeg a'r Cyfryngau Newydd", Cyfrwng Media Wales Journal, Vol. 1, 2004, 26-41. Eds. James Thomas, Gwenno Ffrancon. An in-depth assessment of new media in the Welsh language, focusing particularly on BBC Cymru'r Byd.
  • Defining a Nation: Wales and the BBC, BBC Wales, 2004. Jointly with Patrick Hannan. Essays by various authors on the role of the BBC in Wales.
  • "Welsh and Jewish: Responses to Wales by Jewish Writers", Culture and the State, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 2004, Volume 3, 211. Eds James Gifford, Gabrielle Zezulka-Mailloux. Article based on lecture delivered at Culture and the State conference in Edmonton, Canada, in May 2003.
  • "Borders in the Mind", Agenda, Spring 2004, 4-9. Article in the journal of the Institute of Welsh Affairs about the experience of border mentalities in Wales and elsewhere. The article can be downloaded in pdf form from the IWA's website.
  • Plamak (“Fflam”), Number. 3-4, Bulgaria, 2002. Guest-edited edition of Bulgaria's leading literary magazine, devoted to writers from Wales.
  • “Bryan Martin Davies”, Mae'n Gêm o Ddau Fileniwm, Beirdd a Barddoniaeth, (Carreg Gwalch, 2002). Ed. Myrddin ap Dafydd. Extended critical study of the poet with detailed exposition of several of his poems in a book containing studies of major 20th Century Welsh poets.

  • “Adennill Tir”, Merthyr a Thaf, (Gomer, 2001). Ed. Hywel Teifi Edwards. Autobiographical essay relating to background in Merthyr Tydfil, in a collection of Welsh-language literature about Merthyr and the Taff Valley.

  • “Wythnos yng Nghymru’r Byd”: Chwileniwm (University of Wales Press, 2002). Ed. Angharad Price. A study of the first year of the Welsh-language internet service BBC Cymru'r Byd, and a reflection on technology in general, in a collection of essays on literature and new technology.

  • “Success against the odds”, New Welsh Review No. 55, 2002. A critical study of the best Welsh-language poets under 45 - Gwyneth Lewis, Elin ap Hywel, Twm Morys, Emyr Lewis and Iwan Llwyd.

  • “Rhagfur a Rhagfarn: gwrth-semitiaeth yng ngwaith Saunders Lewis, T.S.Eliot a Simone Weil”; Taliesin, No. 100, 2000. A study of anti-semitism in the work of Saunders Lewis, T.S.Eliot and Simone Weil.

  • “Resident Aliens; R.S.Thomas and the Anti-Modern Movement”: Welsh Writing in English, 7/2001-2 Ed. Tony Brown. Extended (8,000-word) critical study of R.S.Thomas as an anti-modern writer.
  • “Minority Report"; Cardiff Central, ed Francesca Rhydderch, Gomer, 2003. Autobiograhical essay on background in Cardiff in a collection of pieces by Cardiff-related authors.

  • The Bloodaxe Book of Modern Welsh Poetry, ed. John Rowlands and Menna Elfyn. Bloodaxe, 2003. Four poems and 11 translations in a major anthology of 20th Century Welsh-language poetry in English translation.





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