contributed to an anthology of Welsh writers, Poets Against Apartheid, 1986, a poem entitled Because. She is also represented in later Welsh anthologies: Twentieth-Century Anglo-Welsh Poetry, edited by Dannie Abse
She and Meic Stephens
had first seen the house in August 1989: a building of Queen Anne appearance, with some parts dating from more than a century earlier, once owned by David Lloyd George
Not published until her thirties, GC
has been seen as a late starter.
Elfyn, Menna, editor. Trying The Line. Gomer, june 1997.
Of her first attempts at poetry-writing she has said: I threw my first poems in the bin because I was unaware...
founded Poetry Wales, published at Merthyr Tydfil, partly in order to allow English-language poets to contribute to the revitalised nationalist culture of the period.
Eagle, Dorothy, Hilary Carnell, and Meic Stephens. The Oxford Literary Guide to Great Britain and Ireland. Oxford University Press, 1993.