the cardiff review

the cardiff review is a quarterly literary magazine of new graduate writing. it features student and graduate fiction, nonfiction and poetry, occasionally accompanied by original illustrations.



a splendid selection of poetry heads up issue 10 of The Cardiff Review. Yuan Changming creatively unearths what’s in his family name, and Rebecca Parker overcomes cold sensations with thoughts of intimacy. There’s fiction from Benjamin Newman and Niamh Bohane; celebrated British poet Kim Moore is interviewed for the edition and she speaks about how to begin a poem, her life in academia and her writing online. Meanwhile, the magazine continues its search for new young Welsh writers and this time talks to Susie Wild about her first debut poetry collection.
// from the issue: new welsh writers, susie wild //

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for issue 9 of The Cardiff Review there is new fiction and poetry, as well as a portfolio of photographer, David Rodriguez’s ‘Faded’ portraits. there are book reviews, including one of Ali Smith’s “Winter” and an interview with Canadian writer Sheila Heti and Swansea-born writer, Natalie Ann Holborow.

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