28. Cas Gan Gythraul: demonology, witchcraft and popular magic in eighteenth century Wales. By T.P., edited by Lisa Tallis.
This unique, relatively
short, text offers the fullest treatment of witchcraft in Wales in the
vernacular, during the early eighteenth century.
The author shares his own experiences and beliefs and those of his
neighbours and acquaintances, by relating his conversations to the
reader, giving his work a rich and authentic feel.
Our first bilingual publication, the book was launched at Swansea
Museum on 24 October 2015. The editor is pictured here with her family
at the event.
The Diaries of Margaret Penderel Jones of Garth, 1871 to 1897.
Edited by Peter Jackson.
Margaret Jones of Garth
House, near Pontardawe, kept a series of diaries over a twenty-year
period, recording events of significance in her life as a small
landowner in the Upper Swansea Valley.
this book, the diaries are transcribed in their entirety with an
introduction and comprehensive index by the editor. It was launched on 5
July 2014 at the Arts Centre, Pontardawe.