What exactly is the cynghanedd? Is it something that is changing from generation to generation? This lively and attractive volume provides a more in-depth, more varied and exciting look at what cynghanedd is, today.
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Contributors to the book: A. Cynfael Lake, Alan Llwyd, Aneirin Karadog (ed.), Annes Glynn, Anwen Pierce, Caryl Bryn, Ceri Wyn Jones, Emyr Davies, Emyr Lewis, Eurig Salisbury (ed.), Gruffudd Antur, Heather Muse, Hywel Griffiths, Idris Reynolds, Iwan Rhys, Jim Parc Nest, Llyr Gwyn Lewis, Mei Mac, Mererid Hopwood, Myrddin ap Dafydd, Philippa Gibson, Rhys Dafis, Rhys Iorwerth, Tudur Dylan Jones, Tudur Hallam, Twm Morys.
Author Biography: Aneirin Karadog is a poet, broadcaster and linguist living in Pont-y-berem and Eurig Salisbury is a poet, novelist and lecturer living in Aberystwyth. They are responsible for the monthly poetic podcast, Clera.
An appealing, easy to read volume comprising a variety of essays, edited by Aneirin Karadog and Eurig Salisbury, celebrating the continuity and richness of 'cynghanedd' (Welsh strict meter) in current day Wales.
Author: Aneirin Karadog
Claw / Cover: Soft / Paperback
Release Date: Preamble 2020