Certainly my best-looking bit of work to date, New Welsh Review (issue 91, spring 2011) has just published my essay on Leslie Norris's book of love poetry A Harvest of Love. Unsurprisingly, the essay is simply called 'On Love'. (Thanks to editor Kathryn Gray for that excellent title suggestion.)
The main visual attraction of the piece is the selection of reproductions from the book itself, which appeared from the wonderful Tryst Press (of Provo, Utah), in 2003, as a private printing for Norris's family and friends. My particular thanks are due to New Welsh Review's design team, who have presented these visuals especially well, giving them a full page each.
Issue 91 is editor Kathryn Gray's final number in charge. It is very sad to see her go, but she leaves one of Wales's most important cultural magazines in splendid shape. And I wish her all the very best for the future.