Dylan Thomas Centenary, South Wales Heritage – April

Destination: Wales Description: Special edition of South Wales Heritage Trail Wales is commemorating what would have been Dylan Thomas’ 100th birthday […]

Hannah’s Dream: A Conversation with the Granddaughter of Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas

Literary Traveler is honored to publish the following interview with Jill Paris, author of Life is Like a Walking Safari, and Hannah […]

Champagne & Sheep: A Poetic Tour of Wales

by Norm Goldstein Sir Thomas More, asking about the medallion with a red dragon worn by Richard Rich, was told […]

The Legacy of Dylan Thomas in Wales

Since the untimely death of Dylan Thomas in November 1953, the writer’s popularity has escalated, especially in his native Wales. In Swansea, the city of his birth, people who are otherwise uninterested in all things literary, flock to readings of Under Milk Wood and engage in lively discussions about it afterwards.