I think Welsh Football is the first magazine we’ve featured, centred around the football scene in Wales and started 30 years ago, it is run on a non-profit basis by enthusiasts who want to highlight their favourite game in a positive way.
In their own words
When did you start publishing?
First publications 1991.
What made you want to start an independent publisher?
The founders had edited and contributed to Welsh football publications produced by publishers based in England but wanted control over content, publication schedules and logistics.
What genres do you specialise in?
Publications on association football in Wales. Mostly periodicals (Welsh Football magazine) but some other one-off projects.
Where are you based?
Do you have a submission window, if so when?
Submission dates are set issue by issue for the magazine and are announced in each issue. Contributors can contact at any time.
What is your submission procedure?
Contact the editor to discuss any articles or ideas.
Who are you (team photo if possible)?
Editor: David Collins Numerous contributors.
What was your background in the book industry before this venture?
None, other than writing for various publications in England and Wales previously.
Talk about some of your books if possible, upcoming, favourite?
Our core product is Welsh Football magazine, the national football magazine of Wales. The aim is to celebrate and promote the unique aspects of football in Wales – past and present – and to reinforce our status as an independent football nation. Committed to quality of writing and to showcasing the spectacular settings that the game is played in here.