Reading Wales Book Group Needs You!

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Today, Thursday 7th March, is World Book Day – the perfect time to announce the launch of the Reading Wales book group.

Do you live in the Bangor area? Do you want to learn more about English language literature in Wales?

Postgraduate Alex and Palas Print owner Eirian are joining forces to establish a new book group.

Welsh Writing in English is established in academia but this book group will aim to promote it to the wider Welsh community. If you’re a new mum, retired, or just fancy trying out something new, the book group will offer the time and space to discuss a literary tradition that is important to Welsh culture.

Our aim is to meet every month, and the first meeting will give us a chance to discuss when and where to meet, and most importantly, what books to read.

The first meeting will be at the end of March. Anyone interested in joining the group, or just finding out more should contact Alex Ross by email eluc47@bangor.ac.uk where she will provide further details including the date and time of the first meeting.

Or you can contact Eirian James at Palas Palas Print on 01286 674631, or 01248 362676, email eirian@palasprint.com or just pop into the shop.

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2 thoughts on “Reading Wales Book Group Needs You!

  1. I’m very interested in this! I live on Ynys Mon and have been looking for a while a book club I’d enjoy! Please tell me more!

    • Hi Sadie! I’m meeting Eirian (owner of Palas Print) today, when we will decide on a date, time and venue for the first meeting. The initial meeting will just be a chat to get to know each other, discuss convenient times for the book group and discuss what people would like to read. I will list this info on the blog but I will also email your hotmail account with the details.

      Alex

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