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Jonathan Edwards recalls his time as writer in residence at Dylan Thomas’s boathouse, examines how the poet’s work changed over his lifetime, and explains why Thomas remains his most treasured literary inspiration.
‘I was writing anti-poems, non-poems, un-poems. I was working so hard at writing them. A poet who’s not writing poems is an ailing creature, ‘
‘Helen Dunmore was an established writer, but she revealed how she wasn’t happy about the stories she was writing. I hadn’t heard a writer talk about failure before. ‘
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