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3 Heol Pen'Rallt
Machynlleth, SY20 8AG

(01654) 700559

We're an independent gallery bookshop based in Machynlleth, mid Wales. It's our blend of bookshop, selling a carefully selected collection of reads and pick-up-and-flick-through books – and gallery space to inspire you while you're browsing. We host events too, book readings, author talks, photography and art openings. 

Forgotten Women - Reviving the Classics  /  Merched Anghofiedig: Adfywio’r clasuron

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Forgotten Women - Reviving the Classics / Merched Anghofiedig: Adfywio’r clasuron

Forgotten Women - Reviving the Classics
Discussion and readings with Jane Aaron, Classics Series Editor at Honno Press, Rita Singer, editor of the new Welsh Women's Classic Gladys of Harlech by LM Spooner and Helena Earnshaw, Honno editor and publisher.


Merched Anghofiedig - Adfywio’r clasuron:
trafodaeth a darlleniad gyda Jane Aaron, Golygydd Cyfres Clasuron Honno, Gwasg Honno, Rita Singer, golygydd y clasur newydd, Gladys of Harlech gan L M Spooner, a Helena Earnshaw, Golygydd Honno

lle bach ydi Penrallt, felly gorau i gyd os medrwch alw heibio,
ffonio 01654 700559, neu ebostio penralltbooks@gmail.com i sicrhau sedd


Forgotten Women - Reviving the Classics
Discussion and readings with Jane Aaron, Classics Series Editor at Honno Press, Rita Singer, editor of the new Welsh Women's Classic Gladys of Harlech by LM Spooner and Helena Earnshaw, Honno editor and publisher.

Since publishing Betsy Cadwaladyr: A Balaclava Nurse - An Autobiography of Elizabeth Davis in 1986. (it had first appeared in 1857), Honno have added 30 Classics to their list, 8 in the Welsh language.

The latest in the Welsh Classics in English series, Gladys of Harlech by L. M. Spooner, together with some of Honno's key Classics, including Betsy Cadwaladyr,  provide the focus for an evening dedicated to the recent history of reviving classics. 

In the company of Classics Series Editor and Emeritus Professor Jane Aaron, specialist in Welsh writing in English, Rita Singer, editor of Gladys of Harlech, and Helena Earnshaw, Honno publisher, we'll hear about the work of L. M. Spooner, Amy Dillwyn and Allen Raine, largely forgotten women authors now more justly celebrated thanks to Honno's work.

we are a small venue, please book in advance - FREE