The Dylan Thomas Centre celebrates the achievements of this year’s entrants into the £1000 Terry Hetherington Award for writers under 30 with a free night of readings.
Winner Lowri Llewelyn Astley, second placed Mao Jones and third placed Georgia Carys Williams will receive their awards and read alongside other entrants.
The centre will also launch Cheval 5, which contains a selection of this year’s entries, and is published by Parthian Books.
Jo Furber, Swansea Council's Literature Officer at the Dylan Thomas Centre, said “we’re delighted to support this superb award for talented young writers under 30, and look forward to an evening of exciting readings.”
Free entry. Please contact the Dylan Thomas Centre on 01792 463980 for more information
For more information on Dylan Thomas Centre events visit http://www.dylanthomas.com.
2014 will mark the centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas in Swansea and a series of events are being planned to commemorate one of the world’s greatest poets.