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For our latest issue we give you not one but two covers to chose from and a new look for the magazine

ccq i4 kajal cover small copyCCQ i4 cover gcbc small copy This issue is throbbing with content, including some unusual takes on the Dylan Thomas 100 centenary : good cop bad cop; Rachel Trezise & Rhian Edwards from Art Across the City 2014; Theatr Iolo; National Theatre Wales; Lighthouse Theatre; Oriel Myrddin, Ffotogallery and National Library Wales and we sent Huw Alden Daviesto stalk Dylan's shed in Llanelli. There's a special feature on the photography of Kajal Nisha Patel and an interview with Ossian Ward of the Lisson Gallery, who discusses public art and the Venice Architecture Bienniale. Bella Kerr considers the reaction of the audience when the artist is present but not performing.

There's new fiction from Joao Morais and two poems from Jemma l. King's extraordinary new poetry collection The Undressed, Gareth Miles talks about adapting Chwalfa, Theatre Genedlaethol's production for Pontio's opening, while Mab Jones finds out where writers really write. Reviews of Ephemeral Coast at Mission Gallery, Wales Dance Platform,The Promise and PARADISE (at Arnolfini and Tyntesfield respectively) and more...

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