You can purchase Young Emma from the Parthian store here.
Now that the Eisteddfod has come to a close for 2012, we are looking ahead to our next festival outing - PENfro Book Festival next month - where Jill Piercy will be discussing her forthcoming biography of Brenda Chamberlain.
Brenda Chamberlain: An Artist's Life is the first full-length biography of Brenda Chamberlain and chronicles the life of an artist and writer whose work was strongly affected by the places she lived, most famously Bardsey Island and the Greek island of Hydra.
The PENfro Book Festival is an engaging and entertaining literary festival held in the charming location of Rhosygilwen country house in the lower Teifi valley in north Pembrokeshire.
PENfro aims to provide an opportunity for writers, readers, booksellers and publishers to meet and enjoy an array of events in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Book stalls (new and antiquarian), workshops and master-classes, readings and discussions, and competitions will provide a stimulating weekend for all.
Featuring: Christine Harrison, Eddie Butler, Angela John, Lucy Gough, Ceri Wyn Jones, Elinor Wyn Reynolds, Francesca Rhydderch, Jill Piercy, Fflur Dafydd, Thorne Moore, Janet Thomas, Jeff Towns, Elizabeth Haines, Phil Rickman, Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch, Jasmine Donahaye and Atinuke.
The festival runs on Saturday and Sunday, September 15th and 16th 2012 at Rhosygilwen, Rhoshill, Pembrokeshire, SA43 2TW.
This title is also available as an eBook: http://thelibraryofwales.com/node/68