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About Gwasg Gregynog - who we are and what we do

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The staff, directors and editorial board

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An ABC Tour of France

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Discounts on Gregynog books are available to institutions and bookbinders.

Byron Rogers: The Lost Children
The poignant tale of Gwenllian, daughter of Llywelyn, last native prince of Wales, who was incarcerated in Sempringham Abbey as a child, and kept there until her death.

Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru / National Assembly for Wales

Eirene: A Tribute

Emynau Morgan Rhys

Emyr Humphries: Welsh Time
Representative passages spanning the fifty and more years of Emyr Humphreys' career as Wales's premier novelist, selected and edited by M.Wynn Thomas and illustrated by Paul Croft. Published as a tribute to Emyr Humphreys on the occasion of his ninetieth birthday.

George Herbert: Sundrie Pieces

Goethe: Poems

Gwasg Gregynog: A Descriptive Catalogue

A new study of the only typeface to be designed specifically for the Gregynog press

Gwyddau yng Ngregynog / Geese at Gregynog

Harry Brockway: The Story of Heledd

Hwiangerddi Owen M.Edwards

Intimate Leaves from a Designer's Notebook

Inwards Where All the Battle Is
Selection of Alun Lewis's writings from India edited by Jeremy Hooker, illustrated & signed by David Gentleman.

John Ormond: Cathedral Builders
Thirty-five poems illustrated by the author containing a high proportion of his best-known verse.

Kyffin Portfolio - Six prints from original linocuts by Sir Kyffin Williams

Kyffin: A Celebration
Twelve writings specially commissioned to celebrate the life and work of Sir Kyffin Williams, R.A.. Illustrated with a selection of the artist's linocuts, some previously unpublished.

Llyfr Ruth

Mapping Golgotha: Letters and Poems of Wilfred Owen

Prints from Mapping Golgotha

Of A Feather

Pennant and his Welsh landscapes
Edited and with an Introduction by Gwyn Walters, illustrated with 20 colour woodcuts by Rigby Graham, this superb 168 page volume is designed by Robert Meyrick. Thomas Pennant (1726 – 1798), naturalist and antiquary, was a widely travelled author and observer, much revered by his contemporaries.

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Princes and Castles
Limited edition Essay by J. Beverley Smith

Prints by Colin See-Paynton from 'Geese at Gregynog'

Prints from 'Pennant and his Welsh landscapes'
Individual unmounted prints from the book

Social Hymns - A Selection in Celebration of Robert Owen
A selection of ten hymns in celebration of Robert Owen, the eighteenth century social reformer. Hand sewn and presented in a wrap-around paper cover, edition limited to 200 copies. 16pp, 235x160mm.

The Afanc King and the Sons of Teyrnon
A medieval Welsh tale in the style of The First Branch of The Mabinogi. Words by Christopher Meredith and images by Sara Philpott.

The Book of Ruth

The Pleasant History of Lazarillo de Tormes

The Red Badge of Courage

The Romantics in Wales - an Anthology
This anthology of extracts from English Romantic writers is drawn from poetry, essays, novels, travel writing and letters.

The Special Bindings of Gwasg Gregynog

The Texture of the Universe
A new collection of the writings of Thomas and Henry Vaughan

The Twelve / Y Deuddeg

W.H.Davies: The Lovers' Song-Book

Walt Whitman: Wrenching Times

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Gwasg Gregynog - Private Press producing fine books and prints using traditional techniques: the harmony of art and craft.

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Gwasg Gregynog at the 2009 Eisteddfod
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