Profile: Dylan Moore

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Dylan Moore writes for The National Wales on culture and the arts. He is editor of the Welsh Agenda, the magazine of the Institute of Welsh Affairs. Dylan's books include Driving Home Both Ways and Many Rivers to Cross. He is a Hay Festival International Fellow.

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Catrin Kean, author of Salt, the Wales Book of the Year
Bobby Gillespie and Primal Scream on their Screamadelica tour. Photo: Wonker/Flickr
The Cardiff-based art collective, Gentle/Radical, have entered the Turner Prize
Jason Watkins as Professor Philip Jones. Photo: Laurence Cendrowicz, BBC
A drawing of the Chartists in Newport on November 4, 1839.
Gruff Rhys may not have been Cardiff born and bred, but three fifths of the Super Furry Animals were
Tyler Keevil Picture: Dylan Moore
Dana Haqjoo and Gehane Strehler in The Boy with Two Hearts. Photo: Jorge Lizalde
The old library in Wrecsam. Photo: Jeff Buck
The Betty Campbell statue is unveiled at Central Square, Cardiff. Original picture: Glenn Edwards