Wales was an English-language literary journal containing fiction, poetry, reviews and articles. It also contained advertisements and editorials. The journal started as a quarterly publication (No. 1 (Summer 1937)-No. 11 (Winter 1939-1940), became a Wartime Broadsheeet (No. 1 (1941), then moved to six-monthly publication (1943-1949). In 1958 it was re-started as a monthly publication with No. 32, ending with No. 47 in January 1960. It was published between 1937 and 1960
Publication Language: English
Publisher Details: Keidrych Rhys (William Ronald Rhys Jones) (1915-1987), of Penybont Farm near Carmarthen, founded the literary magazine Wales in 1937, and served as its editor. The journal was published initially by The Druid Press, Carmarthen and printed by Western Mail & Echo Ltd, and latterly by the Tudor Press, London.
First Available Issue: 1937
Last Available Issue: 1959