‘Can Larks Fly backwards?’ – Interview with Welsh poet & writer, Gwyneth Lewis


CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW… to hear Gwyneth Lewis talking to Caroline Stockford about birdsong, translation as the closest you could get to sexual intercourse with long-dead poets (Dafydd ap Gwilym), metre as a form of calling in human voice and poetry, and the links between poetry, courting, hunting and meditation. Includes a reading of Dafydd ap Gwilym’s ‘Yr Ehedydd’ by Caroline Stockford.

‘Can Larks Fly Backwards?’, interview with Gwyneth Lewis




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