In an era defined by war, protest and change, is it time to elevate our hidden histories, imagine inspiring alternatives to the unequal world we live in, and show solidarity with the cultural struggle for democracy, freedom and equality?
As a record of resistance, Land of Change: Stories of Struggle and Solidarity from Wales unearths and celebrates the rich and diverse lived experiences of working-class, under-represented and marginalised voices from Wales. Combining fact, fiction and visual art in a wonderful tapestry of text and imagery, it links activism, authorship and artistic expression.
A vibrant anthology that does not merely reflect the internal differences within working-class solidarities in Wales, but actually substantiates and develops that diversity in its chorus of visual and textual voices. Ymlaen!
– Professor Daniel G. Williams
Land of Change: Stories of Struggle and Solidarity from Wales, edited by Dr. Gemma June Howell, 236 pps., 27 colour and 29 black and white illustrations, ISBN 978-1-912710-46-1, £15 inc. p. and p.