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Series 4 - The 2020 Shortlist

In this series of podcasts, the shortlisted candidates for the 2020 Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize are interviewed by Swansea University English Literature students who have studied the shortlisted works as part of Swansea University’s exciting new module based on the literary prize.

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by Swansea University English Literature student Bonnie Gibbs. Questions were written by Mererid Hunt and Bonnie Gibbs. These students have studied Sexton’s poetry collection, If All The World And Love Were Young.

Téa Obreht

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by Swansea University English Literature student Tegan Warman. Questions were written by Nicola Walsh and Tegan Warman. These students have studied Obreht's novel, 'Inland'.

Mary Jean Chan

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by Swansea University English Literature students Katrin Jones and Holly Morgan. Questions were written by Lloyd Mordecai, Katrin Jones and Holly Morgan. These students have studied Chan’s poetry collection, 'Flèche'.

Ocean Vuong

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by Swansea University English Literature students Alex Anderson, Hollie Edwards and Bronte Reynolds. Questions were written by Alex Anderson, Hollie Edwards and Bronte Reynolds. These students have studied Vuong's novel, On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous.

Bryan Washington

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by Swansea University English Literature students Ffion Reed and Dessie Tsvetkova. Questions were written by Ffion Reed and Dessie Tsvetkova. These students have studied Washington's short story collection, Lot.

Jay Bernard

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by Swansea University English Literature students Harriet Fisk, Kate Griffiths, and Nicole Milstead. Questions were written by Harriet Fisk, Kate Griffiths, and Nicole Milstead. These students have studied Bernard’s poetry collection, 'Surge'.

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