An event to launch the honest and compelling biography of the famous singer, Wynne Evans, was held at the Royal Welsh Show. Wynne Evans chatted on stage with Alun Williams, presenter of Dal Ati: Bore Da (S4C) about his new book, Wynne Evans – O Gaerfyrddin i Go Compare.
CAA is offering a great Christmas bargain on an educational and fun gift for nursery and Foundation Stage pupils, especially suitable for Welsh learners, at only £9.99. Order while stocks last!
CAA Cymru will once again take part in this year’s Bedwen Lyfrau, which will be held on our doorstep at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, on Saturday the 20th of May.
On Wednesday, CAA Cymru’r Director, Delyth Ifan, attended Tinopolis Studios in Llanelli to be interviewed live on S4C’s Prynhawn Da, as part of their Book Club segment.
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Celebrating the work of Welsh publishers - an award for CAA
19 March 2012
The publishers of Wales came together in Aberystwyth on March 15th to attend a special event in which the Publishing Trade Awards were presented. During the ceremony, the award for children’s bestseller in the Welsh-language books’ section was presented to CAA. The book that got them this award was Patagonia, by Sioned V. Hughes.
The work of publishers is celebrated in the ceremony both in terms of book sales and the standard of design and production. The publishing trade awards are presented every two years, and this year the ceremony coincided with the Welsh Books Council’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
"Our aim in presenting these awards is to honour the sterling work of the publishers in preparing a wide range of books for readers," said Professor M. Wynn Thomas, Chair of the Books Council. "The Council is very conscious of the efforts made by publishers to uphold the highest standards in producing attractive materials for children and adults. It gives us great pleasure, therefore, to celebrate their success on this special occasion."
The specially commissioned trophies were this year designed by Carwyn Evans, the Cardiff-based artist, winner of the Fine Arts Prize at the National Eisteddfod in 2009.
"The publishers should all be warmly congratulated on their work," added Elwyn Jones, Chief Executive of the Books Council. "The fact that twelve publishers have come to the fore in the various categories is ample proof of the vitality which characterises the current state of publishing in Wales, in both languages."
CAA also celebrates a special milestone this year – 30 years of publishing since it was established in 1982.
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