Entries by Hazel Guppy

Graffeg to crowdfund copies of Geiriau Diflanedig for all primary schools in Wales

Mae’r cyhoeddwr annibynnol o Gymru, Graffeg, yn lawnsio ymgyrch cyllido torfol heddiw i roi copi o addasiad Cymraeg The Lost Words, Geiriau Diflanedig, gan Robert Macfarlane, Jackie Morris and Mererid Hopwood, i bob ysgol gynradd yng Nghymru.
Independent Wales-based publisher Graffeg is today launching a Crowdfunder campaign to gift a copy of the Welsh-language edition of The Lost Words (Geiriau Diflanedig) by Robert Macfarlane, Jackie Morris and Mererid Hopwood to every primary school in Wales.

Graffeg to republish Koshka’s Tales by James Mayhew in October 2019

Graffeg is delighted to be republishing Koshka’s Tales, a wonderfully imaginative adaptation of five timeless stories taken from Russian folklore, written and illustrated by James Mayhew. Featuring unforgettable tales of handsome princes, wizards and princesses, golden apples, and magical realms, the collection was first published in 1993 by Kingfisher Books and has been out of print for over 20 years.

Graffeg i gyhoeddi argraffiad Cymraeg o The Lost Words

Mae Mererid Hopwood, awdur ac ieithydd blaenllaw o Gymru, wedi addasu cerddi swyn acrostig Robert Macfarlane i greu rhifyn hudolus Cymraeg, Geiriau Diflanedig sy’n cyhoeddi ar 10 Hydref 2019.
Leading Welsh author and linguist Mererid Hopwood has adapted Robert Macfarlane’s acrostic spell-poems to create an enchanting Welsh language edition, Geiriau Diflanedig, publishing on 10 October 2019.

ABC of Opera wins Amati Guildhall Creative Entrepreneurs’ Award 2019

Graffeg are delighted to hear that ABC of Opera is the winner of the 6th Annual Amati Guildhall Creative Entrepreneurs’ Award 2019. ABC of Opera Founder and Creative Director, Mark Llewelyn Evans AGSM Dip opera, has over 25 years’ experience as a professional opera singer, singing principal roles with many of the leading opera houses and orchestras throughout Europe and the USA. Mark is also a qualified special needs tutor and mentor for young people.

Graffeg sign four-book deal with Jason Korsner

Graffeg is delighted to announce a four-book deal with BBC radio broadcaster, film critic, filmmaker and photographer Jason Korsner. Rhyming picture books I Like to Put My Food in My Welly illustrated by Max Low and What can you see? illustrated by Hannah Rounding are both publishing in October 2019. Story books The Bogey Boy and The Mittens with No Thumbs will publish in 2020.