Author profile
Eifion Jenkins is a freelance writer and editor living in West Wales.
His published and performed works include a stage play, Nightshift Blues, short stories and poetry.
As well as writing comedy sketches for TV shows he has also had a play, Real Sisters Don’t Eat Meat, and a short story, The Death of Brian, broadcast on BBC Radio.

He is the author of a social history of South Wales in the 20th century, and If You Fall I Will Catch You is his first novel.

He is currently part of the team delivering Developing Dylan workshops for Literature Wales in schools as part of the centenary celebrations of Dylan Thomas.

He is also the author of Never a Good Day to Die  — a short story commissioned to mark the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights.

He is a member of the Welsh Academy.
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For his day job Eifion provides a range of editorial services to newspapers and publishers including editing (fiction and non-fiction), ebook production and translation. To find out more follow the links.
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A breathtaking fiction … destined for a stunning future and one assured of a deserved place on the bookshelf of great contemporary Welsh literature.
Steve Adams
SW Guardian

An extraordinary mystical fable, shot through with a warm humanity...
Robert Nisbet
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