Nofelau, storiau ac erthyglau
Novels stories and articles
Cystadleuaeth Hammond House Competition
Daeth y stori fer, At a Junction, yn drydedd yng Nghystadleuaeth Ryngwladol Hammond House ym mis Rhagfyr 2017. Gallwch brynu copi o Eternal, casgliad sy'n cynnwys y stori, o Hammond House.
The short story, At a Junction, came third in the Hammond House International Short Story Competition back in December 2017. Copies of the anthology, Eternal, can be bought directly from Hammond House Publishing.
The Jugs Stay With The Dresser
Winner of the Frome Festival Short Story Competition, July 2017.
'Rhiannon Lewis' The Jugs Stay with the Dresser was the stand-out entry for me in this year's Frome Festival Short Story Competition. A vivid poignant story of a young wife in 60's rural Wales who finds her voice and discovers an unlikely ally along the way. Beautifully written with plenty of sweet to balance the bitter, it will stay with me for a long time.'
Laura Wilkinson, judge.
Author of Skin Deep.
The Jugs Stay with the Dresser was also long listed for the Brighton Prize, but withdrawn because of the Frome win.
Winner of Writers' Forum Magazine short story competition, November 2016.
'This is a story brimming with good things all the way through. I love the ending which reverberates with hope.'
Lorraine Mace, judge.
Also featured as a case study on Christopher Fielden's website in the short stories section and long listed for the InkTears short story contest in February 2018.
Shortlisted/Highly Commended, Writers' Forum Magazine short story competition in June 2017.
Long listed for Christopher Fielden's To Hull and Back short story competition.
PRIZES and awards
The Significance of Swans (novella) is runner-up in the New Welsh Writing Awards, May 2019.
The Significance of Swans (short story) is shortlisted by the Bristol Prize, 2018.
My Beautiful Imperial is listed by the Walter Scott Prize Academy as one of its recommended historical novels for 2018.
Gabriel’s Halo is longlisted in the InkTears Short Story Competition, February 2018.
At a Junction is placed third in the Hammond House International Short Story Competition, December 2017.
Independence Day is longlisted in the To Hull and Back short story competition, October 2017.
The Jugs Stay with the Dresser is longlisted for the Brighton Prize, July 2017, but withdrawn because of the Frome win.
The Jugs Stay with the Dresser is awarded first prize in the Frome Festival Short Story Competition, July 2017
Independence Day is shortlisted by Writers' Forum short story competition, June 2017 for Independence Day
Gabriel’s Halo wins first prize in the Writers' Forum magazine, November 2016.