During April, the University of Wales Press will be participating in the following conferences:

3–4 April Catherine Jenkins will be attending the Society of Latin American Studies (SLAS) conference in London, where she will be selling books from the Iberian and Latin American Studies series and networking with authors and delegates.

8–10 April staff will be attending the annual London Book Fair, meeting with sales representatives and business partners, as well as showcasing our recent titles.

11–13 April Llion Wigley will be attending the annual Association of Welsh Writing in English Conference at Gregynog Hall, Newtown, meeting with authors and attending sessions. Our titles will also be sold via the Welsh Books Council throughout the conference.

28 April–1 May Eleri Lloyd-Cresci will be attending the biannual Chicago Sales Conference, to present our forthcoming titles for the American Fall 14 market.

In addition to the above, UWP will also be represented at the following events:

4–6 April Young Linguists’ Meeting, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznán – flyers for our Journal of Celtic Linguistics will be distributed at the event.

8–10 April one of our authors, Ben Curtis, will be attending the Social History Society Annual Conference at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle, where flyers for his book The South Wales Miners, 1964–1985 will be included in delegate packs.

10 April Thomas Glyn Watkin will be attending the Public Law Project Wales Conference at Cardiff University, where he will be introducing UWP’s brand new series The Public Law of Wales.

10 April the launch of From the Cradle to the Coalmine will take place at Big Pit, Blaenavon

11 April Ben Curtis will be attending an event at Pontypridd Rugby Club hosted by South Wales NUM, to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the miners’ strike of 1984–5. Siop y Ganolfan will attend the event to sell copies of The South Wales Miners, 1964–1985 on our behalf

14–16 April the Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland (AHGBI) conference will be held in Galway, our Iberian and Latin American Studies catalogue will be inserted in delegate conference packs.

22–4 April a conference on Medieval Anchorites in their Communities will be held at Gregynog Hall, organised by Swansea University. Copies of our anchoritic titles will be available for sale throughout.