Angharad Tomos is one of Wales' best loved children’s authors. She created the famous Rwdlan series and won the 1985 Tir Na N-og prize for Llipryn Llwyd. She went on to receive the award again in 1993 for Sothach a Sglyfath, and in 2009 she was presented with the Mary Vaughan Jones Award for her substantial contribution to children's literature. She also writes for adults and has won the Literature Medal twice at the Urdd and National Eisteddfod, once in 1982, and twice in 1991 for Si Hei Lwli and in 1997 for Wele’n Gwawrio. She published Darn Bach o Bapur based on the history of the Beaslys in 2014, then for Paent in 2016 about the investiture and the painting campaign, as well as to celebrate a hundred years since women were given the vote, she also published Henriett y Syffrajet in 2018. Her work is published by Y Lolfa and Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.
Welsh Language Day Course: Writing for Children and Young People
This is a Welsh language course on writing for children and young adults.