A community project offering creative and artistic opportunities through literature for some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable individuals in our communities.
Tŷ Newydd is the National Writing Centre of Wales. It specialises in residential creative writing courses covering many genres, forms and styles and featuring tutors who are some of the best practitioners in their fields.
The National Poet of Wales is a cultural ambassador role which honours some of the most innovative and highly regarded writers. The current National Poet of Wales is Ifor ap Glyn.
Through workshops, performances and activities, the Bardd Plant Cymru project introduces literature to children in an energetic, dynamic and exciting. Bardd Plant Cymru is Casia Wiliam.
Wales Book of the Year is an annual award presented to the best English and Welsh-language books published in the following categories: Poetry, Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction.
Literature Wales can offer support and assist writer development through its two annual flagship services: Writers' Bursaries and Mentoring Schemes.
Reading Friends is an exciting new befriending project, funded by The Big Lottery and managed in Wales by Literature Wales in collaboration with national partners The Reading Agency.
In spring 2018 Literature Wales funded nine projects led by Wales-based writers and artists which were devised with a target group in mind, including those who have experienced homelessness, are seeking asylum, are survivors of domestic abuse, or are at risk of disengagement, marginalisation or exclusion.
A new website which takes visitors on magical journeys to the heart of the stories and characters which made Wales.
4 poets, 24 hours, and 1 enormous challenge – to compose 100 original Welsh-language poems on National Poetry Day.
Literature Wales’ Writers on Tour funding scheme offers financial support of up to 50% towards writers’ fees of appropriate literature events.