Interview: Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch

Photo credit: Keith Morris

Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch has published three collections: Rockclimbing in Silk (Seren, 2001), Not in These Shoes (Picador, 2008) and Banjo (Picador, 2012). Her pamphlet, Lime & Winter (Rack Press, 2014), was shortlisted for the 2014 Michael Marks Award. Twice shortlisted for Wales Book of the Year, Samantha is the recipient of a Hawthornden Fellowship, a Leverhulme writer in residence award, and, most recently, a Creative Wales Award. In June 2014 she was poet in residence at the Dylan Thomas Boathouse in Laugharne.

Stranded on Ithaca (Redbeck Press, 1998)
Rockclimbing in Silk (Seren, 2001) ISBN 9781854112989
Not in These Shoes (Picador, 2008) ISBN 9780330451468
Banjo (Picador, 2012) ISBN 9780330544665
Lime & Winter (Rack Press, forthcoming, 2014) ISBN 9780992765408

The following interview and reading are audio only.

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