Brycheiniog is the journal of the Brecknock Society and is published annually in March. It is taken by most major libraries and is highly regarded throughout Wales and beyond.
Articles reflect the activities of the Brecknock Society and the purpose of Brycheiniog is to act as a focus for the accumulation of knowledge and thought in relation to the archaeology, history, geology, natural history, arts and literature of the historic county of Brecknock.
The journal is aimed at an interested readership and those in academic and research disciplines. It is a print publication and not currently available for online subscription. Details of how to subscribe and purchase recent back copies are provided below. Older back issues can also be downloaded free of charge (see below for details).
The Editorial Committee comprises Dr Mike Alun Williams (Editor), Dr John Gibbs (Chair of Brecknock Society and Museum Friends), Dr Elizabeth Siberry, and Mr Nigel Clubb.
All enquiries should be addressed to the Editor, Dr Mike Alun Williams, at email@example.com.
Would you like to contribute?
Brycheiniog acts as a focus for the accumulation of knowledge and thought in relation to the archaeology, history, geology, natural history, arts, and literature of the historic county of Brecknock.
The journal is open to submissions on all subjects listed above, from any time period, either contained within the historical county of Brecknock or directly relevant to the county. Authors need not live within the county and submissions from authors with no academic affiliation are welcome providing they adhere to the tone and standard of the journal.
The Brycheiniog Index Vols 1- 30 is available here. The Index for Volumes 31 to date is in preparation and will be uploaded sequentially. We are grateful to the Marc Fitch Fund for part-funding digitisation of these volumes.
Subscriptions are available at £12.00 if paid by standing order, and there is a form available to download here.
Back issues for the previous three years are £10 each. All other volumes are £7.50. There is a discount from £7.50 to £5.00 for ordering more than 5 journals (excluding the current journal and the previous three years). Postage will be charged at cost.
For current availability and postage details, please email the Editor of Brycheiniog, Dr Mike Williams, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Download back issues
Brycheiniog is part of the Welsh National Library’s digitisation programme and Welsh Journals Online provides free access to Volume 1 (1955) to Volume 35 (2003).
For issues from Volume 35 (2003) to three years’ prior to the current issue, are now available for reading online or download.