Nigel Jenkins

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Bardd Cymreig oedd Nigel Jenkins (1949 - 28 Ionawr 2014).[1]

Llyfryddiaeth[golygu]

Barddoniaeth[golygu]

  • First Collection (Brighton, 1972).
  • Three Young Anglo-Welsh Poets (gyda Tony Curtis a Duncan Bush) (Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru, 1974).
  • Circus (Swansea Poetry Workshop, 1979).
  • Song and Dance (Poetry Wales Press, 1981).
  • Warhead (Megaton Press, Abertawe, 1981).
  • Practical Dreams (Galloping Dog Press, 1983).
  • Common Ground, gol. Susan Butler (gyda Roland Mathias, Robert Minhinnick, John Tripp, Gillian Clarke, Jeremy Hooker ac Anne Stevenson) (Poetry Wales Press, 1985).
  • Love is a Four-Letter Word [gyda Dave Hughes a Penny Windsor] (Lovebards Press, Abertawe, 1988).
  • Glas-Nos: Cerddi Dros Heddwch/Poems for Peace, gol. gyda Menna Elfyn (CND Cymru, Machynlleth, 1987)
  • Acts of Union: Selected Poems 1974-1989 (Gwasg Gomer, Llandysul, 1990).
  • Six Cosmic Gnomes (Swansea City Council, 1991).
  • The Works, gol. (Welsh Union of Writers, Cardiff, 1992).
  • Khasia in Gwalia, gol. (Alun Books, Port Talbot, 1995).
  • Ambush (Gomer Press, Llandysul, 1998).
  • A Body of Questions (Red Pagoda Press, Pennsylvania, 2002).
  • Blue: 101 Haiku, Senryu and Tanka (Planet Books, Aberystwyth, 2002).
  • Hotel Gwales (Gwasg Gomer, Llandysul, 2006).
  • O for a gun: 101 Haiku and Senryu (Planet Books, Aberystwyth, 2007).

Drama[golygu]

  • Strike a Light! (1985)
  • Waldo's Witness (1986)

Arall[golygu]

  • In a City Garden, an essay on the art of David Barron (Amgueddfa Abertawe, 1988).
  • Gwalia in Khasia (Gwasg Gomer, Llandysul, 1995).
  • Wales: the Lie of the Land, gyda Jeremy Moore (Gwasg Gomer, Llandysul, 1996).
  • Footsore on the Frontier: Selected Essays and Articles (Gwasg Gomer, 2001).
  • Through the Green Door: Travels Among the Khasis (Penguin, India, 2002).
  • The Welsh Academy Encyclopaedia of Wales (gol.) (University of Wales Press, Cardiff, 2008)
  • Real Swansea (Real Wales Series) (Seren, Bridgend, 2008).
  • Gower, gyda David Pearl (Gomer Press, Llandysul, 2009).
  • John Tripp, a critical biography (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 1989).

Cyfeiriadau[golygu]

  1. Nigel Jenkins, y bardd, awdur a'r darlithydd wedi marw BBC Cymru 28.1.14


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