For the second time we have created an iBook from the Poetry Competition inspired by the images in our Annual Exhibition with the theme of Austerity/ Extravagance.
Caroline Gill was the winner with her poem Drop in the Ocean responding to her own artwork called Shoreline Symphonies.
If you would like to read Caroline’s poem as well as the other poems, carry on by clicking the widget below to download it for free to read on your iPad, iPhone or Mac.
If you do not have any of these devices we have a version in PDF format that should work fine with anything you have. If not, get in touch for bespoke formats
Celebrating 100 years – Dylan Thomas 1914 – 2014
Dylan Thomas (1914 – 1953)
In many people’s view Dylan Thomas is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s greatest writers. The vast majority of Dylan Thomas’ work was inspired by South West Wales. He wrote a significant amount of his poetry before the age of twenty in his childhood home in Swansea, which provided material for his first two collections, 18 Poems (1934) and Twenty Five Poems (1936).
There is a web site set up to keep people informed of the celebrations to look forward to for the centenary year of Wales’ very own Dylan Thomas. It has plenty of information about the man too.
You can keep up-to-date with all manner of interesting things by ‘liking’ the facebook page Dylan Thomas 100.
For more information about him and forthcoming events visit the web site: www.dt100.info