In this series of podcasts, the shortlisted candidates for the 2019 Swansea University Intl. Dylan Thomas Prize are interviewed by BA English Literature students who have studied the shortlisted works as part of Swansea University’s exciting new module based on the literary prize.

Episode 1: Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah (Tuesday 23rd April)
Episode 2: Zoe Gilbert (Friday 26th April)
Episode 3: Guy Gunaratne (Monday 29th April)
Episode 4: Louisa Hall (Friday 3rd May)
Episode 5: Sarah Perry (Tuesday 7th May)
Episode 6: Novuyo Rosa Tshuma (Friday 10th May)

Episode 1 - Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by BA English Literature students Will Turnbull, Dan Morgan and Danni Scott. These students have studied Adjei-Brenyah’s shortlisted short story collection Friday Black.

Episode 2 - Zoe Gilbert

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by English Literature students John Baddeley, Molly Holborn and Hannah Trim. These students have studied Gilbert’s shortlisted novel Folk. 

Episode 3 - Guy Gunaratne

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by English Literature students Nathan Phillips and Amy Jones. These students have studied Gunaratne's shortlisted novel In Our Mad and Furious City. 

Episode 4 - Louisa Hall

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by English Literature students Dan Morgan, Nathan Phillips and Rose Flynn. These students have studied Hall's shortlisted novel Trinity. 

Episode 5 - Sarah Perry

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by English Literature Undergraduate students Hannah Wadham, Molly Holborn and Angharad Stephens. These students have studied Perry’s shortlisted novel Melmoth.

Episode 6 - Novuyo Rosa Tshuma

The shortlisted candidate for the Swansea University International Dylan Thomas Prize is interviewed by English Literature Undergraduate students Bronte Leek and Henry Lewis. These students have studied Tshuma’s shortlisted novel House of Stone.