Parthian Books is a Welsh publishing house based in Cardigan/Aberteifi which was established in 1993 in order to publish Director Richard Lewis Davies’ first novel, Work, Sex and Rugby. Parthian has gone on to become one of the most respected publishers in Wales and beyond. They publish an innovative range of new fiction, poetry and drama, as well as art books, with work from writers as varied as Deborah Kay Davies, Dai Smith, Rachel Trezise, Glen Peters, John Harrison, Stevie Davies, Cynan Jones, Tyler Keevil and Niall Griffiths.
Their titles reflect a diverse and contemporary Wales. In recent years their authors have garnered critical acclaim and prestigious accolades including The Dylan Thomas Prize, The Betty Trask, the Wales Book of the Year, the Orange Futures Award, The Rhys Davies Prize, the Journey Prize, the Edge Hill Readers’ Award and The Stonewall Award.
They publish the Library of Wales series…
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