The founding of the Society in 1967 reflected a feeling among Powys admirers and friends that the special quality of the Powys writings, particularly those of John Cowper, Theodore, and Llewelyn, was not sufficiently recognized. It declared that its aim must be 'the establishment of the true literary status of the Powys family through promotion of the reading and discussion of their works'. The Society publishes a substantial journal and three newsletters a year and has embarked on a publication programme. In addition it organises an annual conference, occasional meetings, exhibitions and walks in areas associated with the Powys family.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|The Powys Journal||1991 - 2020|