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"We love celebrating both Welsh writing and women's writing
- no place does this better than the wonderful Honno press!" Welsh Women Writers

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Someone Else’s Conflict by Alison Layland

The boy looks up and sees the foreigner's rifle aimed at him. Why is this man here? This is not his conflict, it is not the boy's... it is hell.

Jay has been home for a long time, but the ghosts of Yugoslavia
are still with him as he busks his way round the country.

"A real page-turner about the need for love, and the search for redemption... If you like a fast-paced thriller but want more – then buy this book"
Martine Bailey, author of An Appetite for Violets

First published by Honno in November 2014

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The Wish Dog ed. Penny Thomas; Stephanie Tillotson

Haunting tales from Welsh women writers

The Wish Dog and Other Stories takes you into the realm
of the unknown, the ghostly and the gothic, in a colourful kaleidoscope of half-glimpsed shades.

Open the pages if you dare, but don't forget to look behind you.

The Wish Dog is the Waterstones, WhSmith, Wales National Museums and Galleries and Wales Independents Bookshops Book of the Month for October 2014.

First published by Honno in September 2014

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The Soldier and The Gentlewoman by Hilda Vaughan

It is the end of the First World War and the men are returning home. Gwenllian cannot share in the joy at their return, however. Industrious, intelligent and determined, for her, peacetime means the end of independence.

This dark and unsettling tale was first published in 1932.

First published by Honno in September 2014

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The Storyteller’s Granddaughter by Margaret Redfern

Anatolia, 1336, one girl and her horse set out on an epic journey to Europe in search of a myth.

A thrilling picaresque adventure from the author of Flint:

"Its particular strength is the poetry of the language and the way it draws the reader into a stark, beautiful, dangerous mediaeval world
Historical Novel Society

First published by Honno in August 2014

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Honno is a publisher well worth following. It concentrates on the work of women of Welsh descent or connection, a sort of Celtic Virago, and is developing a very impressive modern fiction list. Writers in Oxford Newsletter

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