Rhysyn and the Mermaid, The Lady of the Millpond, Sigl-di-gwt, and Guto and the Little Red Mannikin, the four chapbooks in the series of Myra Evans's little illustrated Fairy Tale books. A6 in size, 16 pages, with pictures and hand written words on each page, printed by the National Library of Wales. First editions available only by direct order, at gigs, or from the National Library of Wales shop. Contact Peter for details.
The World Turned Inside Out, stories of the Ceredigion Lead Mines in the new issue of Planet the Welsh Internationalist, with the sculptures of Alison Lochhead.
'Myra' new double cd avaialble now, £12.
The lost fairy tales and folk songs of west Wales, collected by Myra Evans of New Quay.
The Talking Tree /Blodau'r Draen
Where the Water keeps no Secrets
A story of the ageless human relationship with the Ceredigion hills, through film, folk tale, poetry, music, storytelling, song, projections, objects, live music, illustration and photography.
A view through the looking glass backwards towards tomorrow.
Ffilm/ Film: Jacob Whittaker
Storiwr/Storyteller: Peter Stevenson
Ffidl a Llais/Fiddle & Voice: Elsa Davies
Telyn a Llais/Harp & Voice: Ceri Owen-Jones
Viol a Llais/ Viol & Voice: Ailsa Mair Hughes.
Crankie performance at the Provincetown Theatre, Greenwich Village, New York. Phot c Ari Ress
Welsh Folk Tales,
published by the History Press
available from all good bookshops
and online from Gwales and other book sellers
Illustration from Y Fari Lwyd, published 2017, see Chapbook page for details
The Moon-eyed People and the White Ravens
Rhyfel y Sais Bach
The War of the Little Englishman
Ailsa Mair Hughes
Reading between the lines. The folklore of the Aberystwyth to Carmarthen railway line, a new article in the spring edition of Planet, no 229, available now at £5.75; including the tales of the Carmarthenshire Muck Heap, the saucy goings-on in Pencader Tunnel, Wil Cefn Goch's bruised testicle, the Tregaron elephant, and how the Great Western Railway enticed passengers to west Wales with a book of fairytales.