The Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize is in its 18th year in recognizing work by writers 39 and younger.
The Dandelion’s Tale by Margaret Anne Suggs is being published by Graffeg Books and helps children understand more about immigration.
The Hay Festival adds a Panama event in January 2024, and its Sevilla, Spain addition runs in early October.
The original ‘Llyfr Glas Nebo’ by writer-translator Manon Steffan Ros wins the Yoto Carnegie in translation as ‘The Blue Book of Nebo.’
In the 70th anniversary of Dylan Thomas’ death, the Nigerian writer Arinze Ifeakandu wins Swansea University’s Dylan Thomas Prize.
The winners of the United States’ ‘5 Under 35’ honors are 34 or younger and are chosen by selectors for the National Book Foundation.
Work from Australia, Nigeria, the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Somalia is on the Dylan Thomas Prize 2023 shortlist.
London’s International Excellence Awards extend their nomination dates, and Hay’s season opens with its Colombian festival dates.
This year’s Hay Festival fellow, Hanan Issa, will travel to the show’s international venues as part of her project.
The Hay Festival Querétaro 2022 program will share some of its speakers with the two-day Dallas forum again this year.