Hafan Books


Stories from Swansea

Listen to stories in Italian, Bengali, Sylheti, Farsi/Persian, Amharic, and French (w/ English translations too!) – a small selection of the 200 languages spoken in Swansea!

All proceeds go to Swansea Asylum Seekers Support

Imagined Invited

18 international Surrealist poets compose poems inviting anyone across time and space to dinner. Editor: David Greenslade. Illustrations: Mark Sanders.

Grandiloquent Wretches

Rhea Seren Phillips

An explosive exploration into the cultural identity of modern Wales through the Welsh metrical tradition in English.


Refugees Writing in Wales

By People Seeking Sanctuary

Poetry, stories and essays written in Wales by people seeking sanctuary from wars and persecution, side by side with writing by others from Wales.

#1 Between a Mountain and a Sea (2003)

#2 Nobody’s Perfect (2004)

#3 Soft Touch (2005)

#4 Gwyl y Blaidd – The Festival of the Wolf (2006)

#5 Fragments from the Dark (2008)

#6 Are You Happy With That? (2013)

#7 My Heart Loves in My Language (2017)


Boiled String Poetry Chapbooks

Experimental poetry from Wales

Boiled String is edited by Professor John Goodby.

#1 Six of Clubs

by Childe Roland (2011)

#2 There’s Only the Dance

by David Barnett (2011)

#3 Mynydd

by Rhys Trimble (2011)

#4 Trees (2012)

by Childe Roland

#5 Bitch Dust (2012)

by Steven Hitchins

#6 Chroma (2012)

by Graham Hartill

#7 Thy Mine (2013)

by William Shakespeare, tr. by Tom Cheesman, Ulrike Draesner, Olive Ond

#8 Flower Angel Ship (2013) by Jörg Bernig

#9 Stars (2015)

by Childe Roland

#10 Çekoslovakyalılaştıramadıklarımızdanmısınız or Long Words (2015)

by Nia Davies

#11 Teint for the Bièvre (2016)

by Zoë Skoulding

#12 Zodiac (2018)

by Rhys Trimble

13# Grandiloquent Wretches (2020)

by Rhea Seren Philips


And More… Some Best Selling Hafan Titles

Hiraeth Erzolizoli

by Eric Ngalle Charles

Asylum

by Eric Ngalle Charles

Revolutionary Dreams: From Chile to Wales

by José Cifuentes

You and Me Two: Love Poems for Aminata

by Alhaji Sheku Kamara

Personal Things and the Rest

by Edin Suljic

Perilous Kinship

by Zafer Şenocak

Fragments: Transcribing the Holocaust

by Frances Rapport with Anka Bergmann, Terry Farago and Edith Salter

Local Therapy

by Soleïman Adel Guémar

Zola’s Story

By Zola Gidi

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