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Front Cover - New Welsh Review number 70   New Welsh Review brings the very best new 
   writing from Wales. Vibrant, engaging and
   unashamedly intelligent, each quarterly issue
   features writing talent from the literary
   heavyweights to rising new stars. From
   literary criticism, fiction, poetry and book
   reviews to theatre, performance, film and art,
   New Welsh Review
casts a challenging,
   exuberant eye over the literary scene in Wales.

New Welsh Review’s focus is on Welsh writing in English, but its outlook is deliberately cosmopolitan, encompassing broader UK, European and international contexts. The magazine is a platform for debate; an opportunity for new writing talent; a chance to discover the vibrant, literary world of contemporary Wales.

In recent issues:

· Dannie Abse           

Front Cover - New Welsh Review number 72

· Zoe Brigley      

· Stevie Davies
· Kathryn Gray          

· Niall Griffiths     

· Richard Gwyn
· Tristan Hughes      

· David Hurn       

· John Kinsella
· Gwyneth Lewis       

· Tim Liardet       

· Patrick McGuinness
· Andrew Motion       

· Tom Paulin        

· Pascale Petit
· Malcolm Pryce         

· Owen Sheers    

· Greta Stoddart
· Kyffin Williams        

· Tamar Yoselof   

· Ernest Zobole





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Most articles are commissioned, but if you have a proposal email a brief synopsis (300 words maximum) to the editor (editor@newwelshreview.com). We pay in the region of £100 to £150 per article upon publication.

Short stories and poems

Submitted material (short stories and poems) should be sent to the editor accompanied by a covering letter and a stamped addressed envelope or international money order for return. Material will not be returned unless it is accompanied by sufficient postage. If acknowledgement of safe receipt is required, we would also ask you to include a stamped addressed postcard with your submission. Email submissions are not accepted without the prior permission of the editor.

We pay in the region of £60 to £75 for a short story and £25 for each poem, upon publication.

We aim to let you know within three months if your submission has been selected. Please be patient as we receive many submissions each week.


We are always looking for new reviewers. If you are interested please contact the editor, attaching an example of your work if unpublished, or CV.


If you would like to have your say in the magazine, email or send your letter to the editor. We cannot publish every letter received but aim to reflect the feelings of our readers. Alternatively, visit the discussion forum on our website.


Kathryn Gray

Contact address
New Welsh Review
PO Box 170
SY23 1WZ

Website: www.newwelshreview.com