An accessible introduction to one of Wales's most famous authors. This book tells the story of the Swansea boy who began his writing career when he was still a child, exercising his imagination in Cwmdonkin Park and in the company of his many West Walian aunts and uncles.
Former headteacher Phil Carradice is a multi-talented author, who publishes for both adults and children. With collections of poetry under his belt, in addition to historical novels and a regular local-history blog for the BBC, there are few authors better qualified to write about the relationship between childhood, poetry and place in the work of Dylan Thomas.
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