This year marks the centenary of the birth of the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas [pictured above as part of Sir Peter Blake’s Llareggub exhibition].
I’ve been busily picking up commissions on the theme.
One of these projects was a series of blog posts for a microsite sponsored by Visit Wales and positioned within the Telegraph Travel site.
Each one of the short pieces – 100 posts for 100 years – focused on a narrow theme relating to Thomas.
I covered a range from his voice through to his often-forgotten sister, based on desk research, previous visits to Wales and interviews, bashing out roughly one per day for three weeks.
Catch up with my full set of stories as follows:
Nancy: Dylan Thomas’s forgotten sister
The Ceredigion years: walks that inspired Dylan Thomas
The appeal of Dylan Thomas’s voice
The magic of A Child’s Christmas in Wales
A Great Welsh Literary Tradition
Read the whole series at Visit Wales: Dylan Thomas centenary