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Strike for a Kingdom, Menna Gallie.  The novel is set in a fictionalised Ystradgynlais. Gallie changed the name of the village to Cilhendre.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
So proud of our wonderful author @eloisejwilliams who is the first ever #laureatewales launched today at the brilliant Jubilee Park School #literaturewales. #kidslit
Twenty Thousand Saints, Fflur Dafydd, p220.  Once the busy dockland area of Cardiff, the area has since been developed and is now the site of the Wales Millenium Centre and the Senedd Building, as well as numerous bars and restaurants.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
The Hiding Place, Trezza Azzopardi, p230  A taxi driver points out the Pierhead building to Dol.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Pigeon, Alys Conran, p163.  The waterfall and its surrounding pools are a place the characters visit to escape the town. We have located a similar site in Bethesda.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Sheepshagger, Niall Griffiths, p48.  Ianto 'cadges a cigarette off a workman relaying the flagstones anterior to the bandstand.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Revenant, Tristan Hughes.  Ricky sees Seiriol's Island (Puffin Island) in the distance on his journey home to Beaumaris  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Border Country, Raymond Williams, p9.  Matthew arrives at Gwenton (Abergavenny) Railway Station.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
A day of writing with Emma Beynon and Helena Atlee in the Walled Garden at Treberfydd stimulates senses, brightens heightens creative impetus. Thank you @beynon.emma #helenaattlee @walledgardentreberfydd for creating the inspirational container and to the writers poets artists memoryholders detailseekers and futurebuilders who responded. #creativewriting #writers #poets #walledgarden #plantnursery #writinglandscapes #literaturewales
Sheepshagger, Niall Griffiths, p184  Ianto walks along the promenade on his day in Aberystwyth.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Border Country, Raymond Williams, p28  The Holy Mountain (Ysgryd Fawr/Skirrid) is a constant presence in the novel. Indeed in reality, the mountain is an imposing landmark that overlooks the village. It is first mentioned in a lengthy passage describing the local topography when Harry and Ellen arrive in the village.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
‪A few shots from today’s @llencymru_litwales Board Meeting & AGM. What a jam-packed & valuable day! . ‪If you haven’t seen what Lit Wales is up to lately, have a read of the Strategic Plan, check out their projects, apply for a bursary. Great stuff is happening!🌟‬ . ‪https://www.literaturewales.org/‬ . . . #litwales #literaturewales #literature #boardmeeting #boardmeetings #agm #literature #lit #southwales
Revenant, Tristan Hughes, p47  Steph passes the "Toy-town houses" of Rating Row on her journey home.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Twenty Thousand Saints, Fflur Dafydd, p19/20.  This is the hill on the coast of the Llŷn Peninsula from which Bardsey is clearly visible.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Revenant, Tristan Hughes, p186/187.  Penmon Beach is a key location in the novel. It is the site of the novel's central tragic event. Towards the end of the novel, the three main characters narrate their experiences of making peace with the tragedy.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Pigeon, Alys Conran, p14/15/243.  Pigeon and Iola often walk up onto the top of the hill above the town. From here they can look down and see the surrounding landscape spread out beneath them.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Sheepshagger, Niall Griffiths, p50  Ianto stops here to pick up his jobseeker's allowance.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Aberystwyth Mon Amour, Malcolm Pryce, p39.  Louie describes Aberystwyth Harbour as having a 'down-at-heel air'. Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Sheepshagger, Niall Griffiths, p198.  The distance between Corris and Pumlumon through the Forestry appears to be shrunk for the narrative purposes of Ianto's trek through the mountains.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Twenty Thousand Saints, Fflur Dafydd, p242/243.  The Senedd Building houses the debating chamber for the National Assembly for Wales.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
The Rebecca Rioter, Amy Dillwyn, p32.  The novel states that John Smith's farm was in Rhossily (commonly spelled Rhossli) a village on the southwestern corner of the Gower Pensinsula.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
The Hiding Place, Trezza Azzopardi, p91.  Bute Street is the main street leading through Butetown into Cardiff. Salvatore and Frankie's bar is located here.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Shifts, Christopher Meredith, p8/18.  The remains of the Sirhowy ironworks in Tredegar are still visible. Keith visits them on his walk around the town and O notices them in the opening passage of the book.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Twenty Thousand Saints, Fflur Dafydd.  The novel is set on the real island of Bardsey (Welsh: Ynys Enlli), off the coast of the Llyn Peninsula.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Shifts, Christopher Meredith, p103.  Jack barely notices the library as he passes on a walk through the town. At the time the novel is set the library is a new building.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Glad to have been of service! 😁 this one was found in #swansea
Revenant, Tristan Hughes, p27/28  Ricky passes a number of landmarks including Beaumaris Gaol on his walk through the town.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.
Had a brilliantly informative meeting today with Della from @llencymru_litwales about projects/opportunities and all good things writing related. Thanks for the time and guidance, It is warming to see the potential support out there for writers - and very inspiring too. And this stunning Artistic sculpture by @lukejerramartist in @thecentre_yganolfan is majestic! . . . #writing #literaturewales #poetry #earth #parricipation #creativity #communitues #lukejerram
Revenant, Tristan Hughes.  Ricky, Steph and Neil return to Baron Hill Mansion and its Gatehouse for the first time in ten years. This brings back troubling memories.  Visit the Literary Atlas website (linked in bio) to explore deep maps of twelve novels which chart the varied landscape and culture of Anglophone Wales.

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