Diana Gruffydd Williams is a published author, novelist, short story writer, poet and freelance journalist. Her work has been brodcast on R4 and published in The Guardian
Diana’s latest work is a novel “Names and Addresses” about Megan Roberts, a widow living in a sheltered housing complex.
For more about ‘Names and Addresses’ click here.
Elinor Kapp has had a long career in the medical profession. She is also an accomplished artist, specialising in work with textiles.
Her literary work is as varied and as fascinating as her professional life as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist.
Elinor has published four previous books:
- A Patchwork Heart: Some memories from my Life
- Tales from Turnaround Cottage: Fairy Stories for the Older Generation
- Rigmaroles and Ragamuffins: words we derive from Textiles
- Ruffians and Loose Women: More words derived from Textiles
Unlike the Swan is her first book published by Opening Chapter
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More information here soon – in the meantime
Opening Chapter is proud to announce the launch of two new books by two fantastic local authors at Canton Library, Market Road, Cardiff
For more about Elinor – click here.
‘Unlike the Swan’ cover photograph from “The Voyages of Malduin: Soul Ships”
(c) Elinor Kapp, Photographer: Peter Taylor, OPUS Degree Show 2004
For more about Diana – click here
‘Names and Addresses’ cover image by Diana, and Peter Morgan