author name: A-F (2000-today)

Dannie Abse

  • Archard, Cary. The power of translation: the influence of Rilke on Alun Lewis and Dannie Abse. Agenda 44/2-3 (2009) 113-117. ISSN 00020796.
  • Archard, Cary (ed.). Dannie Abse: A Sourcebook. Bridgend: Seren, 2010. ISBN 9781854115072.
  • Broughton, Sarah. ‘We tell ourselves stories in order to live.’ New Welsh Review 82 (Winter 2008) 31-37. ISSN 0954-2116. (Review-article that discusses both Dannie Abse’s The Presence and Joan Didion’s The Year of Magical Thinking.)
  • Curtis, Tony. ‘All Change!’: Dannie Abse and the Twentieth-Century Wars. Wales at War: Critical Essays on Literature and Art. Tony Curtis (editor). Bridgend. Seren, 2007.
  • Jarvis, Matthew, ‘In and Beyond the City: The Places of Dannie Abse’s Ash on a Young Man’s Sleeve (1954)’, in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, ed. by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian, 2010, pp. 163-184. ISBN 9781905762989.

Anne Beale

  •  McElroy, Ruth. Circuiting Empire, Romancing Difference: Language, Imperialism, and Anglo-Indian and Anglo-Welsh Fictions. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 1-31.

John Barnie

  • Jarvis, Matthew. ‘In/human Place: The Poetry of John Barnie’, in Placing Poetry, Ian Davidson and Zoe Skoulding (editors). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2013. pp. 149-168. ISBN 9789042036147.

Ron Berry

  • Morse, Sarah, ‘Maimed Individuals’: The Significance of the Body in So Long, Hector Bebb (1970)’, in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, ed. by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian, 2010, pp. 271-288. ISBN 9781905762989.

Ruth Bidgood

  • Jarvis, Matthew. Ruth Bidgood: Reinhabiting Mid Wales. Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry: Writing Wales in English. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2008.
  • Jarvis, Matthew. Ruth Bidgood. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2012. ISBN 070832522X.

Paul Burston

  •  Archard, Cary. Surface Tensions: A Profile of Paul Burston. New Welsh Review 74 (Winter 2006) 19-25.

Duncan Bush

  • Gregson, Ian. Opposites of National Identification: Duncan Bush and Sheenagh Pugh. The New Poetry of Wales. Cardiff. University of Wales Press, 2007.

Betsy Cadwaladyr

  • Tyson Roberts, Gwyneth. ‘Winding Silkworms’ cocoons without a reel: Betsy Cadwaladyr, Jane Williams (Ysgafell) and the Writing of the Autobiography of Elizabeth Davis. Almanac – Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays 14 (2009-10) 36-61.
  • Williams (Ysgafell), Jane. Original Preface to the Autobiography of Elizabeth Davis.  Almanac – Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays 14 (2009-10) 62-64.

Brenda Chamberlain

  • Lloyd, David, ‘Against ‘Journalese’: Form and Style in Brenda Chamberlain’s A Rope of Vines (1965)’, in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, ed. by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian, 2010, pp. 245-70. ISBN 9781905762989.
  • Davies, Damian Walford. ‘Brenda Chamberlain’s The Protagonists’, New Welsh Review 97 (2012).
  • Piercy, Jill. Brenda Chamberlain: Artist and Writer. Cardigan: Parthian, 2013. ISBN 9781906998233.

Gillian Clarke

  • Clarke, Gillian. The Cardiff Side. New Welsh Review 72 (Summer 2006) 60-65.
  • Gramich, Katie. Sounding the Depths. New Welsh Review 82 (Winter 2008) 18-27. ISSN 0954-2116. (Review-article which looks at the blending of nature writing and memoir in Gillian Clarke’s At the Source and Christine Evans’s Bardsey.)
  • Jarvis, Matthew. Gillian Clarke: Beyond an Environment of the Senses. Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry: Writing Wales in English. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2008.
  • McCarthy, Patricia. Patricia McCarthy interviews Gillian Clarke. Agenda 44/2-3 (2009) 127-150. (Interview). ISSN 00020796.

Bruce Chatwin

  • Chatwin, Jonathan. ‘Those Blue Remembered Hills’: A Nomad’s Home in Wales. Studies in Travel Writing 14/3 (September 2010) 271-284. ISSN 13645145.

Tony Conran

  • Adams, Sam. Letter from Wales. PN Review 35/4 (March/April 2009) 8-10. ISSN 01447076. (Considers the achievements of Meic Stephens and Tony Conran, and discusses work by Robert Minhinnick and Graham Hartill).

John Cowper Powys

  • Ballin, Malcom. Morine Krissdóttir, Descents of memory: the life of John Cowper Powys. Powys Journal 18 (2008) 136-41. ISSN 09627057. (Review-article.)
  • Drabble, Margaret. The English Degenerate. The Guardian (12 August 2006.)
  • Dunn, John. Flight to Reality: The Wessex Novels of John Cowper Powys. Powys Journal 17 (2007) 87-101. ISSN 09627057.
  • Dunn, John. The missing woman and John Cowper Powys’s political philosophy. Powys Journal 19 (2009) 55-78. ISSN 09627057.
  • Fawkner, H. W. World without christening: domestic life and iniquity in the twenty-sixth chapter of A Glastonbury Romance. Powys Journal 18 (2008) 67-84. ISSN 09627057.
  • Fisher, Roy. On JCP’s letters (with two letters from JCP to Fisher). Powys Journal 18 (2008) 30-7. ISSN 09627057.
  • Gervais, David. Dostoyevsky and the English novel: Dickens, John Cowper Powys and D. H. Lawrence. Cambridge Quarterly 35.1 (2006) 49-71. ISSN 0008199X.
  • Goodwin, Jonathan. Nationalism and Re-enchantment in John Cowper Powys’s A Glastonbury Romance. Powys Journal 17 (2007) 41-60. ISSN 09627057.
  • Holm Aagard, Jonas. John Cowper Powys: titles. Powys Journal 19 (2009) 127-150. ISSN 09627057.
  • Keith, W. J. John Cowper Powys and ‘other dimensions’: the evidence from his fiction. Powys Journal 19 (2009) 36-54. ISSN 09627057.
  • Krissdóttir, Morine. Descents of Memory: The Life of John Cowper Powys. New York and London: Overlook Duckworth, 2007. ISBN 9781585679171.
  • Krissdóttir, Morine. Drabble, Margaret. Ichthyosaurus ego. Times Literary Supplement 5459 (November 16 2007).
  • Kusch, Celena E. Disorientating Modernism: National Boundaries and the Cosmopolis. Journal of Modern Literature 30.4 (Summer 2007) 39-60. ISSN 0022281X.
  • Marie-Leverrou, Florence. John Cowper Powys dans le contexte moderniste: le Hors-texte au coeur du texte. Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines: Revue de la Société d’Etudes Anglaises Contemporaines 30 (June 2006) 4-53. ISSN 11684917.
  • Marie-Laverrou, Florence. ‘Encroaching fields’ in Weymouth Sands. Powys Journal 18 (2008) 85-104. ISSN 09627057.
  • Marie-Laverrou, Florence. A Glastonbury Romance de John Cowper Powys: mortifères ressassements ou fécondes remémorations? Études Britanniques Contemporaines 36 (2009) 1-18. ISSN 11684917.
  • McGann, Jerome J. The grand heretics of modern fiction: Laura Riding, John Cowper Powys and the subjective correlative. Modernism / Modernity 13.2 (April 2006) 309-323.
  • McGann, Jerome J. The scholar’s art: literary studies in a managed world. Chicago and London: Chicago University Press, 2006.
  • Mulder, Arjen. Becoming John Cowper Powys: on the four early novels. Powys Journal 19 (2009) 24-35. ISSN 09627057.
  • Nash, Katherine Saunders. Narrative Progression and Receptivity: John Cowper Powys’s A Glastonbury Romance. Narrative 15.1 (January 2007) 4-23. ISSN 10633685.
  • Nash, Katherine Saunders. John Cowper Powys’s ‘great new art’: intermental influence in the lecture career. Powys Journal 18 (2008) 38-66. ISSN 09627057.
  • Reichmann, Angelika. In love with the abject: John Cowper Powys’s Weymouth Sands. Powys Journal 19 (2009)79-106. ISSN 09627057.
  • Rogers, Stephen. ‘A Royal Personage in Disguise’: A Meeting between Ford and John Cowper Powys. Ford Madox Ford’s Literary Contacts. Paul Skinner (editor). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2007. ISSN 1569-4070.

Leonard Cox

  • Glomski, Jacqueline. Patronage and Humanist Literature in the Age of the Jagiellons: Court and Career in the Writings of Rudolf Agricola Junior, Valentin Eck, and Leonard Cox. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007. ISBN 9780802093004.

A.J. Cronin

  • Meredith, Christopher, ‘Cronin and the Chronotope: Place, Time and Pessimistic Individualism in The Citadel.’ North American Journal of Welsh Studies, 8 (2013) pp. 50-56. ISSN 1554 8112

Ian Davidson

  • Jarvis, Matthew. Ian Davidson: ‘the form and function of the world.’ Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry: Writing Wales in English. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2008.

Idris Davies

  • Vaughan Jones, Alan. Defamiliarising Idris Davies: A Reassessment of Gwalia Deserta and ‘Gwalia My Song’. Almanac – Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays 14 (2009-10) 179-207.

John Davies of Hereford

  • Vickers, Brian. Shakespeare, ‘A Lover’s Complaint’, and John Davies of Hereford. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. ISBN 978-0521859127.
  • Vickers, Brian. Love, Harold. Hallow the shallow. Times Literary Supplement 5440 (July 6 2007) 10-11.

Pennar Davies

  • Morgan, D. Densil. Spirit and Flesh in Twentieth-Century Welsh Poetry: A Comparison of the Work of D. Gwenallt Jones and Pennar Davies. Christianity and Literature. 56.3 (Spring 2007) 423-436. ISSN 01483331.

Peter Ho Davies

  • Bone, Alison. Wales in Wartime. Bookseller 5262 (January 5 2007) 16. ISSN 0006-7539. (An interview with Peter Ho Davies centred on his novel The Welsh Girl.)

Rhys Davies

  • Osborne, Huw. ‘What a fine body of men they are!’: Class, Gender and Sexuality in the Authorial Identity of Rhys Davies. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol. 12 (2007-2008) 192-227.
  • Osborne, Huw. Rhys Davies. Writers of Wales Series. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2009. ISBN 9780708321676.
  • Knight, Stephen. ‘On Stony Ground’: Rhys Davies’ The Withered Root’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English edited by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010, pp. 11-34. ISBN 9781905762989.
  • Stephens, Meic. Rhys Davies: a writer’s life. Cardigan: Parthian, 2013. ISBN 9781908946713

Russell T. Davies

  • Charles, Alec. War Without End?: Utopia, the Family, and the Post-9/11 World in Russell T. Davies’s Doctor Who. Science Fiction Studies 35:3 (November 2008) 450-465. ISSN 00917729.
  • Cranny-Francis, Anne. Why the Cybermen Stomp: Sound in the New Doctor Who. Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 42/2 (June 2009) 119-134. ISSN 00271276.

W.H. Davies

  • Kendall, Judy. ‘A Poet At Last’: William H. Davies and Edward Thomas. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol. 12  (2007-2008) 32-54.
  • Owen, Tomos. London-Welsh writing 1890-1915: Ernest Rhys, Arthur Machen, W. H. Davies, and Caradoc Evans. PhD thesis, Cardiff University.
  • Saunders, Chris. Davies, Dawkins and the death of the author. English Review 18.1 (September 2007) 6-7. ISSN 0955-8950. (Discusses Davies’s work in conjunction with that of Roland Barthes and the scientist Richard Dawkins.)

Amy Dillwyn

  • Owen, Tomos. “Never Again Stop the Way of a Welshman”: Rioting and Rebellion in Amy Dillwyn’s The Rebecca Rioter. Riots in Literature. David Bell and Gerald Porter (editors). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar, 2008. ISBN 978-1-84718-582-2.
  • Bohata, Kirsti. ‘Introduction’. Amy Dilwyn. Jill. Kirsti Bohata (editor).Dinas Powys: Honno, 2013.ISBN: 9781906784942
  • Painting, David. Amy Dillwyn. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2013 ISBN: 9780708326725

Dorothy Edwards

  • Brown, Tony. ‘A personal isolated odd universe’: Dorothy Edwards and her Short Fiction. Moment of Earth: Poems and Essays in Honour of Jeremy Hooker. Christopher Meredith (editor). Aberystwyth. Celtic Studies Publications, 2007.
  • Brown, Tony. ‘Narrating Marginality: Dorothy Edwards’s Rhapsody (1927)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English edited by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010, pp. 35-56. ISBN 9781905762989.
  • Flay, Claire. Conquering Convention. New Welsh Review 77 (Autumn 2007) 60-66. ISSN 09542116.
  • Meredith, Christopher. Rhapsody’s Lost Story. Moment of Earth: Poems and Essays in Honour of Jeremy Hooker. Christopher Meredith (editor). Aberystwyth. Celtic Studies Publications, 2007.
  • Flay, Claire. Dorothy Edwards. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011. ISBN 9780708324400.

Menna Elfyn

  • Hywel ap, Elin. The Song and not the Singer: The importance of And… Poetry Wales 44: 1 (Summer 2008) 47-49 ISSN 0332 2202 (Review-article of Menna Elfyn’s Perfect Blemish: New and Selected Poems 1997-2007.)

Caradoc Evans

  • Roberts, Harri. The Body and the Book: Caradoc Evans’s My People. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 32-50.
  • Owen, Tomos. London-Welsh writing 1890-1915: Ernest Rhys, Arthur Machen, W.H. Davies, and Caradoc Evans. PhD thesis, Cardiff University.

Christine Evans

  • Gramich, Katie. Sounding the Depths. New Welsh Review 82 (Winter 2008) 18-27. ISSN 0954-2116. (Review-article which looks at the blending of nature writing and memoir in new works by Gillian Clarke and Christine Evans.)
  • Jarvis, Matthew. Christine Evans’s Bardsey: Creating Sacred Space. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 188-209.

Evan Evans

  • Prescott, Sarah. ‘Gray’s Pale Spectre’: Evan Evans, Thomas Gray and the Rise of Welsh Bardic Nationalism. Modern Philology: Critical and Historical Studies in Literature, Medieval Through Contemporary 104.1 (August 2006) 72-95. ISSN 00268232.

Margiad Evans

  • Ballin, Malcolm, ‘Country Dance (1932) by Margiad Evans: Text, Paratext and Context’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English edited by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010, pp. 57-80. ISBN 9781905762989.
  • Bohata, Kirsti and Katie Gramich (editors). Rediscovering Margiad Evans: marginality, gender and illness. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2013 ISBN: 9780708325605 Contents: ‘Introduction’, Kirsti Bohata and Katie Gramich; ‘The Archivist’s Tale: Primary Sources for the Study of Margiad Evans’, Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan; ‘“Two Nations at War Within it”: Marriage as a Metaphor for Margiad Evans’s Country Dance (1932)’, Diana Wallace; ‘“Born to a Million Dismemberments”: Female Hybridity in the Border Writing of Margiad Evans, Hilda Vaughan and Mary Webb’, Lucy Thomas; ‘Gothic Borderlands: The Hauntology of Place in the Fiction of Margiad Evans’, Katie Gramich; ‘Time, Memory and Identity in the Short Stories of Margiad Evans’, Tony Brown; ‘Margiad Evans and Eudora Welty: A Confluence of Imaginations’, M. Wynn Thomas; ‘The Apparitional Lover: Homoerotic and Lesbian Imagery in the Writing of Margiad Evans’, Kirsti Bohata; ‘A “Herstory” of Epilepsy in a Creative Writer: The Case of Margiad Evans’, A. J. Larner; ‘Warding off the Real: The Recreation of Self in Autobiography and A Ray of Darknes’, Karen Caesar; ‘“The Human Tune’: Margiad Evans and the Frustrating Fifties’, Clare Morgan; ‘Margiad Evans: Memory, Fiction and Autobiography’, Sue Asbee; ‘“Eternity is Now my Mood”: A View of the Later Writings of Margiad Evans’, Moira Dearnley; Bibliography.
  • Gramich, Katie. ‘Journal in Ireland’. New Welsh Review 89 (Autumn 2010) 61-70. ISSN. 0954-2116 (A discussion of Margiad Evans’s unpublished Journal in Ireland).

Jasper Fforde

  • Atkins, Will. The Dulling of Ploughshares. New Welsh Review 73 (Autumn 2006) 20-25. (On the fiction of Jasper Fforde and Malcolm Pryce.)
  • Berninger, Mark and Katrin Thomas. A Parallelquel of a Classic Text and Reification of the Fictional – The Playful Parody of Jane Eyre in Jasper Fforde’s The Eyre Affair. A Breath of Fresh Eyre: Intertextual and Intermedial Revolvings of Jane Eyre. Margarete Rubik and Elke Mettinger-Schartmann (editors). Amsterdam. Rodopi, 2007. ISBN 9789042022126.
  • Rubik, Margarete. Invasions into Literary Tests, Re-Plotting and Transfictional Migration in Jasper Fforde’s The Eyre Affair. A Breath of Fresh Eyre: Intertextual and Intermedial Revolvings of Jane Eyre. Margarete Rubik and Elke Mettinger-Schartmann (editors). Amsterdam. Rodopi, 2007. ISBN 9789042022126.
  • Wells, Juliette. An Eyre-less Affair? Jasper Fforde’s Seeming Elision of Jane. A Breath of Fresh Eyre: Intertextual and Intermedial Revolvings of Jane Eyre. Margarete Rubik and Elke Mettinger-Schartmann (editors). Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2007. ISBN 9789042022126.

Islwyn Ffowc Elis

  • Jones, Craig Owen. ‘Magnifique, n’est-ce pas?’: Representations of Wales and the world in Islwyn Ffowc Elis’s Wythnos Yng Nghymru FyddAlmanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol 13 (2008-2009) 162-190.

Dion Fortune

  • Graf Johnston, Susan. The Occult Novels of Dion Fortune. Journal of Gender Studies. 16.1 (March 2007) 47-56. ISSN 09589236.

J.O. Francis

  • Rothkirch, Alyce von. ‘Changing Times: J.O. Francis and the First Welsh National Drama Movement’, Modern Drama 54.2 (2011) pp. 161-80.
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