Rhea Seren Phillips
DEPT/SUBJECT AREA: Creative Writing (Poetry)
SUPERVISOR(S) Professor John Goodby and Professor Tudur Hallam
RESEARCH DEGREE CANDIDATURE: PhD (Research)
THESIS TITLE: Translations
A poetry project exploring the cultural identity of modern Wales through Welsh poetic forms and metre in the English language.
NAASWCH.2018. Reconsidering a Modern Welsh Cultural Identity through Welsh Poetic Forms and Metre. Bangor University.
WGSUS. 2018. Welsh Poetic Forms and Metre in the English Language. Swansea University.
Swansea University PGR Conference. 2017. Welsh Poetic Forms and Metre in the English Language. Swansea University.
Molly Bloom (September 2018), The Edge of Necessary: Welsh Innovative Poetry 1966 – 2018 published by Boiled String and Aquifer Press (August 2018), Soapbox (Issue 110, July 2018), Poetry Wales (July 2018), Cheval 11 (July, 2018), Envoi (Cinnamon Press; May 2018), The Lonely Crowd (Issue 9; 24th April 2018), S4C: Heno. Gogoneddus Ych-a-Fi. (13th March 2018), Gogoneddus Ych-a-Fi: an exhibition of work by contemporary Surrealists (Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cyncoed Campus, Cardiff; February – April 2018), Molly Bloom (January 2018), Cheval 10 (2017), The Conversation (two articles in 2017), The Luxembourg Review (2017), Welsh Poetry Competition (commended, 2016), Writing Times Poetry Competition (Second Place, 2016), Cultured Vultures (Second Place, 2015) among others.
The Thomas and Elizabeth Williams Scholarship
Articles from The Conversation and The Luxembourg Review have been translated into Welsh by Parallel.Cymru (online). Author profile: https://parallel.cymru/category/ffurfiol/barddoniaeth-gyda-rhea-seren/.
Founder of Grandiloquent Wretches, a website dedicated to the promotion of Welsh poetic forms and metre in the English language. Link: https://grandiloquentwretch.wordpress.com/.