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Golwg - full page article

Recreating past classics – information, background and images of Cromen’s latest publications.More…

EH Jones's En-dor reviewed

A review of The Road to En-dor published in the Autumn 2014 edition of New Welsh Review (Wales’ leading literary magazine) by Paul Cooper – “a Turkish-set wartime memoir about trickery and resistance still has relevance in the age of Derren Brown”.More…

One of seven stories available for free

As Storïau’r Henllys Fawr is being published here’s a chance to download one of the seven stories, Antur y ddrama, for free.More…

Teulu Bach Nantoer on World Book Day

As part of the celebrations for World Book Day S4C will repeat a television programme by Unigryw on the most important children’s novel in the Welsh language.More…

An interview with Golwg

iPhone Visions from 1703 – Gweledigethau’r Bardd Cwsg ar yr iPhoneMore…

Three visions between two covers

The Visions of the Sleeping Bard contains three separate books.More…

Teulu Bach Nantoer is blogged!

Glyn Adda has enjoyed the Teulu Bach Nantoer e-book and recalls the author’s other works.More…

Cartrefi Cymru on Radio Cymru

A four programme series was broadcast on Radio Cymru during September-October 2013.More…

Teulu Bach Nantoer

To co-incide with the broadcast of a television programme by Unigryw on S4C, an e-book has been published of the most important children’s novel in the Welsh language.More…

Good news from Amazon

Amazon have started to accept Welsh language e-books.More…

On-line book shopping

More on-line e-book retailers now list and sell Cromen products.More…

In Pursuit of Spring

The early months of 100 years ago were similar to this year’s.More…

The first Welsh language novel?

Regarded by many as the first Welsh language novel, Hunangofiant Rhys Lewis is Cromen’s latest publication.More…

Cromen on gwales.com

Cromen ebooks available from gwales.comMore…

Super-Tramp under the stars

Super-Tramp sees stars in the UK and in the USA.More…

Sailing too close to the wind?

What will happen when Hugh Morgan decides to marry? The village of Mwntseison brought to life by Allen Raine.More…

Super-Tramp - the original

W H Davies travels accross the USA and Canada – the tramp-poet from Newport describes the people he meets, the places he visits as well as that unfortunate incident in Renfrew, Ontario.More…

Morgans reviewed

Review of The Happy-Go-Lucky Morgans in New Welsh Review (Wales’ leading literary magazine) by James Lloyd – he sees that it anticipates many of the anxieties that would go on to define the period known as Modernism.More…

Pethe - S4C - interview

Interview on the television programme Pethe, S4C, with Rhun ap Iorwerth – an item on e-books in general as well as describing the setting-up of Cromen.More…

Happy-go-lucky family

The Morgans are a Welsh family living in Balham, London – the only novel written by the Anglo-Welsh poet and journalist, Edward Thomas.More…

The Super-Tramp in Wales

W H Davies’s trek from Carmarthen to London – the tramp-poet from Newport describes the people and places he comes across on his journey.More…

Review on Radio Cymru

Catrin Beard on Dewi Llwyd ar fore Sul, Radio Cymru, spoke of her enjoyment of reading Enoc Huws on her Kindle.More…

Stiwdio - Radio Cymru - interview

Interview on Stiwdio, Radio Cymru, with Kate Crockett about e-books in general as well as the setting-up of Cromen.More…

Barn - magazine article

A general introduction in Barn magazine to e-books and some background to the setting-up of Cromen whilst looking forward to new ways and proceses of creating and publishing books.More…

"Bards and singers and famous men of renown"

By touring Wales and visiting the homes of bards and singers and famous men of renown Owen M Edwards presents a snapshot of the country and its landscape, its history and culture and of its people and society.More…

The most famous Welsh novel?

The most famous opening sentence, novel and author in the Welsh language. The first Cromen book – and where better to start?More…

Digital books from Wales

It isn't possible to sell Welsh language digital books on the Amazon Kindle Store at the moment and selling on Apple iTunes also presents difficulties.
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