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Dylan Thomas

Writing ABOUT Dylan Thomas and his homeland.

Dylan Thomas

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Poems from Dylan's Wales, Cowen, John Edwin
1 Cowen, John Edwin Poems from Dylan's Wales
New York & Wales Cross-Cultural Communications & The Seventh Quarry Press 2012 0893042196 / 978-0-89304-219-6 First Paper New Poetry & Photography 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Bebe Barkan, Photographer in memoryof JOSÉ GARCIA VILLA and for my wife
An American fan of Dylan Thomas's poetry visits Wales as a featured poet to read in the first International Poetry Festival in Swansea, Wales, and writes his poetic reaction (44 poems) to the Dylan Thomas Theatre, The Birthplace, The Boathouse, Fern Hill, Tenby, and Gower, complemented by photographs taken of these areas by Bebe Barkan. "This fine collection of poems will serve as a wonderful taster for those Dylan Thomas fans who have never trekked to the Welsh poet's homeland; and it will remind those fans living in Wales of how blessed we are to house so much connected with one of the greatest poets ever to live." --from the Foreword, Peter Thabit Jones 
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Love For Ever Meridian: Finding Dylan Thomas in the 21st Century, Dotson, John
2 Dotson, John Love For Ever Meridian: Finding Dylan Thomas in the 21st Century
New York & Wales Cross-Cultural Communications & The Seventh Quarry Press 2012 0893043796 / 978-0-89304-379-7 First Cloth New Memoir 6 x 9 Peter Thabit Jones, Cover Photographer 
“How does the voice of Dylan Thomas ring true in the 21st century?” In response to friendships formed during the 2008 Dylan Thomas Memorial Tour of America, California poet John Dotson was invited to read his own poetry in Dylan’s homeland. Love For Ever Meridian is Dotson’s memoir of that pilgrimage to Swansea, Gower, and Laugharne in Wales. A later trek to Greenwich Village in New York completes Dotson’s quest to connect with the enduring legacy of the Welsh bard. 
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Love For Ever Meridian: Finding Dylan Thomas in the 21st Century, Dotson, John
3 Dotson, John Love For Ever Meridian: Finding Dylan Thomas in the 21st Century
New York & Wales Cross-Cultural Communications & The Seventh Quarry Press 2012 089304380X / 978-0-89304-380-3 First Paper New Smythe-sewn 6 x 9 Peter Thabit Jones, Cover Photograph 
“How does the voice of Dylan Thomas ring true in the 21st century?” In response to friendships formed during the 2008 Dylan Thomas Memorial Tour of America, California poet John Dotson was invited to read his own poetry in Dylan’s homeland. Love For Ever Meridian is Dotson’s memoir of that pilgrimage to Swansea, Gower, and Laugharne in Wales. A later trek to Greenwich Village in New York completes Dotson’s quest to connect with the enduring legacy of the Welsh bard. 
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The Colour of Saying: A Creative Writing Competition in Celebration of Dylan Thomas Anthology, Thabit Jones, Peter &  Barkan, Stanley H.
4 Thabit Jones, Peter & Barkan, Stanley H. The Colour of Saying: A Creative Writing Competition in Celebration of Dylan Thomas Anthology
Merrick, New York, USA & Swansea, Wales, UK Cross-Cultural Communications & The Seventh Quarry Press 2014 089304928X / 9780893049287 First Paperback New Poetry 5 3/4 x 8 1/4 Back Cover: Carolyn Mary Kleefeld 
Organised by Anne Pelleschi and Peter Thabit Jones, in a collaboration with Stanley H. Barkan of Cross-Cultural Communications, New York, the aim of the competition was to encourage original and new pieces of creative writing to be based on Dylan Thomas’s poem ‘The Hunchback in the Park’. Responses to the poem ‘The Hunchback in the Park’ could be in poetry, prose-poem, prose, diary form, and letter form. We were particularly keen to encourage everyone, from children to those in their final years, including trauma or war victims, prisoners, abused wives or husbands, immigrants or refugees to a new country who do not speak the host country’s language. The categories were: 10 – 12 years of age at time of submission entry 13 – 16 years of age at time of submission entry 17 – 20 years of age at time of submission entry 21 – 24 years of age at time of submission entry 25 years of age and over at time of submission entry The judges of the English-language entries were: Peter Thabit Jones and Anne Pelleschi of Wales; Hannah Ellis of England (Dylan’s granddaughter); Stanley H. Barkan, Carolyn Mary Kleefeld, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, and John Dotson of America; Welsh language: Jim Jones (Jim Parc Nest, Archdruid of the Bards); with other-language judges chosen by Stanley H. Barkan and Peter Thabit Jones. As with most competitions, we received many poems that did not stick to the rules and, in our case, did not take ‘The Hunchback in the Park’ as their inspiration. They were about subjects that could not justify their being judged in any way. We also did not receive any entries for the ‘21-24 years of age category’ that were suitable for the anthology. This anthology has attempted to sift the best of those many poems that did tackle the subject. We hope you enjoy reading them. The remainder of the submissions that tackled the subject but did not make the anthology will appear in phases on www.dylandowntheups.org.uk, which will be organised by Anne Pelleschi. Our thanks to all of you who entered the competition. 
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Walking with Dylan Thomas, Thabit Jones, Peter & Barkan, Stanley H.
5 Thabit Jones, Peter & Barkan, Stanley H. Walking with Dylan Thomas
Merrick, NY, USA & Swansea, Wales, UK The Seventh Quarry Press & Cross-Cultural Communications 2011 089304265X / 9780893042653 First Boxed New DVD 5 1/4 x 7 3/8 Peter Thabit Jones In memory of Aeronwy Thomas, 1943-2009
a 117-minute documentary of a Cross-Cultural Communications' poets walk to 10 sites of Dylan Thoma's Greenwich Village on Sunday, May 31, 2009, 12-3 pm, organized by Stanley H. Barkan. Includes lectures by Peter Thabit Jones, who wrote the data with Aeronwy Thomas, daughter of Dylan Thomas, produced in association with the Wales International Center in New York, Catrin Brace, Office of the First Minister. Songs by Terry Clarke. Additional singing by Michela Musolino. Videos by Frank Kuzler and Michael & Mary Mart. Editing and production of the DVD by Lani Thabit Jones, Cardiff, Wales, UK. Still photos by Robert Harrison, Mark Polyakov, and Bill Wolak. Poetry read by Stanley H. Barkan, Laura Boss, David Stanford Burr, Sultan Catto, Aleksey Dayen, John Dotson, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, leigh Harrison, Alyssa Lappen, Beverly Matherne, and Robin Metz. 
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