Category Archives: Writing

The Writers’ Guild

 


Executive Committee Member, Wales
Organiser, The Media and Devolution – what do we need to know?
18th September 2013 Chapter Arts Centre
The Pros and Cons of Devolving Control of the Media to Wales – Speaker: Aled Eirug.
A  Guild Members Only event.
Facilitator of the submission from the Guild in Wales to the Commission on Devolution in Wales (Silk) September 2013
Union Learning Adviser for The Writers’ Guild 2009 – 2014
Identifying and responding to members’ training and development needs. ULA information

Martyrdom on Television – St John Roberts and the Small Screen

 

Photo: Keith O'Brien
Photo: Keith O’Brien

Martyrdom on Television – St John Roberts and the Small Screen

Based on the 60′ documentary Merthyr Meirionnydd, presented by Guto Harri, produced by me for S4C.

Article for Welsh Journal of Religious History (Bangor University, Centre for the Advanced Study of Religion in Wales).

Workshop Design and Delivery

Working as a Writer in Health and Social Care Settings    outline 16/17 February 2013 Delivered by Graham Hartill
Portfolio Development                                                     outline ongoing
Presenting and Pitching                                                   outline ongoing
Pitching Creative Ideas
(BVSNW – Professional Development for Black and Minority Artists and Creatives in Wales)  Pitching Event 4 Oct 2012
Working as a Writer in Educational and Community Settings (in development)

Rhys Davies Short Story Finalist

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Life Task is a short story anthologised in Getting Up (Leaf Books).  It was a finalist in the Academi / Rhys Davies Short-story Competition.

“Life-Task by Angela Graham is one of those quiet, nuanced narratives that refract light into the depths of human tragedy. The story – oblique, harrowing, beautiful – bears witness to the personal cost of war…Graham haunts the memories of her readers with the paradoxical climax of her tale. In her hands the short story is a brief epic of suspenseful waiting and reversal, told in the minor key.”

-Stevie Davies and Niall Griffiths – Judges.