Nathan Munday

Nathan Munday

(United Kingdom)

Nathan Munday is a Welsh writer from Carmarthenshire. Following a period of doctoral study, he became the guardian of Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant in the heart of Snowdonia, the birthplace of Bible translator William Morgan. This unique ‘Library in the Wilderness’, with its collection of over 200 Bibles, was where he and Jenna (originally from North Holland) worked and lived for a year and a half, welcoming over 4000 visitors from across the globe.

In 2016 he won the M. Wynn Thomas New Scholars Prize with his essay on R. S. Thomas, and came second in the New Welsh Writing Awards with his creative non-fiction book Seven Days: A Pyrenean Adventure published by Parthian in 2017. His work can also be read in 4 Cheval anthologies, New Welsh Review, Wales Arts Review, Fine Books & Collections, The International Journal of Welsh Writing in English, Cristion, and Hinterland Magazine.

When he’s not writing and reading, he enjoys the high places and now works for Christian Aid.
  • Nathan Munday
  • Walking Piece

    La Grand Tour 2017

    · Since 2017
  • Nathan Munday
  • Post

    Listening and walking – can you write about them in a few words?

    Andrew Stuck
    · 1 Jul, 2021
  • Nathan Munday
  • Book

    Something Of His Art: Walking to Lübeck with J. S. Bach