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Richard Owain Roberts was born on 1982, is a Welsh author (born 1982).

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Robert’s second book Hello Friend We Missed You is set to be published by Parthian Books in October 2020. The Irish Times included it on a list of “books to watch out for” from independent publishers in 2020.

In March 2020, Wales Arts Review published a video of Roberts reading from the novel as part of its Digithon festival.


Describing his time on Ynys Môn, Roberts said:  “It was very tranquil and idyllic but also it’s one of the most deprived places in Wales. I wasn’t fully aware of this at the time, it was probably just normal to me. A lot of people at my school arrived in Jaguars and Range Rovers but my friend and I used to show up in an old Lada. Seems really defiant somehow. I don’t know.”

In September 2019, Roberts won the Penfro short story prize, judged by Niall Griffiths, for his story Terrence Malick.

In a review for Nation.Cymru, Jon Gower compared Roberts’ writing to Paul Auster and said, “shot through with references to popular culture, cocaine and Pringles, the story acts as a playful, edgy advert for Roberts’ forthcoming debut novel”.

Outside of writing, Roberts likes to “read sports management biographies on my wife’s Kindle, look at Jaden and Willow’s Twitter, walk aimlessly around Mount Chiliad trying to befriend the wildlife”.


The Serbian translation of All The Places We Lived was released in November 2017 by Serbian publishing house Partizanska Knjiga.


All The Places We Lived was published by Parthian Books in May 2015.

Wales Arts Review selected it as one of their summer reads for 2015, João Morais stating that, “Read it if you like the understated satirical style of Bret Easton Ellis, or read it if you understand how Frank and April Wheeler can feel both alone yet together in Richard Yates’ Revolutionary Road. But more than anything, read it if you like great fiction.”


“As a young capital city we have the advantage of having no current reputation internationally. Someone else might choose to see that as a negative (truly a boring, defeatist opinion) – it’s a positive though because it means we have a blank canvas to create something incredible. But we still have over-ground car parks, and we’re still putting up office/residential blocks that look a decade old already. Every single piece of new architecture should be the boldest statement of individualism, within an overriding city narrative. We should be building a city that looks like 2115. And this is possible. Go to SCI-Arc or the RDAFA and give someone a chance to make something awesome for us.”


Richard Owain Roberts (born 1982) is a Welsh author. He is the author of two books, All The Places We Lived and Hello Friend We Missed You.