Meinir Pierce Jones

Tuesday, 25 April, 5.00pm 
Wrexham Library 
£6 

Meinir Pierce Jones will be discussing how she came to write her novel Capten, which won the Daniel Owen Memorial Prize at the National Eisteddfod 2022. This is a maritime historical novel, set in Llŷn in 1893, but which also takes the reader from Porthdinllaen to Liverpool, New York and Manilla – from the square mile to the far ends of the world. Come on the voyage!

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