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Wales Book of the Year Award
Online Survey In January 2017, Literature Wales announced that it is commissioning a review of the Wales Book of the Year Awards.
The Awards are an important fixture in our literary landscape, raising the profile of Welsh writing both in Wales and beyond. As the biggest bilingual award for literature in Wales and a showcase for the industry, it is an annual highlight for authors, readers, publishers, the media and many literature and arts organisations, and Literature Wales is committed to its future.
Readers of Welsh literature have the opportunity to voice their opinion via an online consultation. This survey will close on Tuesday 7 March, so don’t delay to ensure that your views are considered. Click here to complete the survey
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by Literature Waleson: 3rd March 2017
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