New Welsh Review

*English below*

Dechreuodd 2018 gyda chyfle unigryw a chyffrous, wrth i mi gytuno i gyd-weithio gyda thîm creadigol i gydlynnu rhifyn aml-gyfrwng arbennig o New Welsh Review. Fy mhrif gyfrifoldebau, yn unol â chyfarwyddiadau’r golygydd Gwen Davies, oedd trefnu a chynhyrchu cynnwys, gan hefyd fentro o flaen y meic a’r camera i adolygu nofel a chyfweld awdur.

Gyda Mayoorhan Sevverlz yn cyfarwyddo ac yn golygu, roeddem yn gyfriol am greu adolygiadau clywedol, cynnal cyfweliad gyda’r awdur a’r darlithydd Jerry Hunter ym Mhrifysgol Bangor, trefnu podlediad gyda chyfrannwyr yn trafod llyfrau yn ymdrin â geirfa natur, a recordio detholiad o waith Mihangel Morgan a’i gyfosod gyda delwedd wedi’i animeiddio gan Michael Reynolds.

Cefais gyfle i fierinio fy sgiliau adolygu a defnyddio fy sgiliau ymchwilio mewn cyd-destun gwahanol, a dysgu sut i greu cynnwys aml-gyfrwng – rhywbeth sy’n fwyfwy pwysig i awdur creadigol yn yr oes ddigidol sydd ohoni. Mi fydd y deunydd yn cael ei ryddhau drwy wefan New Welsh Review yn y dyfodol agos ac rwy’n edrych ymlaen yn arw bellach at rannu ffrwyth llafur y cyfnod hynod fuddiol hwn.

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Mayoorhan filming with Jerry Hunter || Ffilmio gyda Jerry Hunter ym Mhrifysgol Bangor.

*Cymraeg uchod*

2018 presented itself with a unique and interesting opportunity. This January was spent busy working as part of the team creating the New Welsh Review’s annual mutlimedia issue. My main responsibility was to comply to the programme provided by the editor, Gwen Davies, and produce the content and assist the director and editor, Mayoorhan Sevverlz. I also had the chance to head behind the microphone and in front of the camera to present some pieces, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. 

The placement included: heading to the studio to record audio reviews and a ‘Disappearing Nature’ themed podcast, an adventure to Bangor University to interview with author and academic Jerry Hunter, and working on editing an animated interpretation (image by Michael Reynolds) of a piece by Mihangel Morgan. 

Without a doubt, this work experience has been fantastic in relation to honing the  skills I had learnt as a freelance reviewer and writer and as one of the editors of Y Stamp and learning new skills relating to creating multimedia content – something increasingly relevant to all writers in this digital age.

All the videos and audio recordings will be released on New Welsh Review’s website in due course.

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Recordio adolygiad llais yn stiwdio TFTS || Recording audio book reviews in the TFTS studio. Picture by Mayoorhan Sevverlz.

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