July Online Coffee Morning: Dock Leaves | Sesiwn Bore Coffi Traws-arfordirol mis Gorffennaf: Dock Leaves
July 7 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Our July coffee morning will take place on Thursday July 7 at 11am. Email email@example.com for a Zoom link – all welcome.
“Of all the places in South Wales from which one would least expect a literary review, Pembroke Dock would head the list…’ (South Wales Evening Post, Feb 1950)
Join Mary-Ann Constantine and Elizabeth Edwards as they explore the pages of an ambitious and hugely influential literary journal which started in Pembroke Dock in 1949. Publishing poems by Welsh authors such as R.S Thomas, Idris Davies and Dylan Thomas, Dock Leaves became the voice of a post-war generation writing from Wales.
Cynhelir bore coffi treftadaeth a chreadigol mis Gorffennaf ar 7 Gorffennaf am 11am. Anfonwch e-bost at firstname.lastname@example.org i gael dolen Zoom.
“Of all the places in South Wales from which one would least expect a literary review, Pembroke Dock would head the list…” (South Wales Evening Post, Chwefror 1950)
Ymunwch â Mary-Ann Constantine ac Elizabeth Edwards wrth iddynt archwilio tudalennau cyfnodolyn llenyddol uchelgeisiol a hynod ddylanwadol a gychwynnwyd yn Noc Penfro ym 1949. Gan gyhoeddi cerddi gan awduron Cymreig megis R.S Thomas, Idris Davies a Dylan Thomas, datblygodd Dock Leaves i fod yn llais cenhedlaeth a oedd yn ysgrifennu yng Nghymru yn dilyn y rhyfel.
Ports, Past and Present is a project led by University College Cork in partnership with Aberystwyth University, the University of Wales Trinity St David and Wexford County Council examining the cultural heritage of the ports in the Irish sea basin. Funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Cooperation programme.