Rhys Kaminski-Jones

University of Wales

Rhys Kaminski-Jones  - University of Wales

I'm a literary scholar and a Celticist, who researches connections between English, Welsh, and other Celtic literatures, and in particular ways in which Celts were re-imagined during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. I am a contributor to the Trusted Source project.

Pen-y-Fan as seen from Bryn Teg in the Brecon Beacons, Powys

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Bardic meeting at Caernarfon c. 1894

How do you become a Welsh bard?

There's a well-known story about Cadair Idris, a mountain in southern Snowdonia: if you sleep one night on its summit, it's said you'll wake either a bard or a madman. However, bards – or beirdd as they're usually called in Welsh – are not just figments of folklore.

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