Publications for : Author = David Greenslade
David Greenslade is considered to be one of the foremost voices writing in Wales today. As a Welsh learner he has - in Burning Down the Dosbarth - written about language reclamation and, in a major non-fiction study - Welsh Fever - the contradictions of ethnic identity among Welsh people overseas. His poetry collections - most notably Fishbone and Creosote - combine a profoundly Welsh sensibility with some of the most modern writing in Wales today. He has also written Welsh language books for children and, as well as contributing to a wide variety of journals and magazines, writes a monthly column for the Welsh American newspaper Ninnau. Having travelled extensively in Japan and the USA he now lives in Cardiff with his American family.
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