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Poetry Landmarks of Britain

 

Poetry Landmark original artwork by Van Howell  2003

Wales

Towns and Cities with Poetry Landmarks in this area:

Abercynon
-Leaf Books (Publisher)

Abergele
-Prole (Poetry Magazine)

Bridgend
-Poetry Wales (Poetry Magazine)
-Seren (Publisher)

Cardiff
-Academi (Poetry Promoter)
-Cardiff High School (School)

Cricieth
-Ty Newydd, the National Writers' Centre for Wales (Poetry Organisation)

Lampeter
-The Lampeter Review (Poetry Magazine)

Newport
-The Hanbury Arms, Caerleon (Associated Place)

Nr. Chepstow
-Tintern Abbey (Associated Place)

Pontypridd
-Welsh Poetry Competition (Poetry Organisation)

Swansea
-Dylan Thomas birthplace and home (Associated Place)
-Dylan Thomas Centre (Poetry Organisation)
-Saint Thomas Community School's Stained-glass window featuring KILVEY HILL a poem by Welsh poet Pete (Public Art)
-THE SEVENTH QUARRY PRESS (Publisher)
-THE SEVENTH QUARRY SWANSEA POETRY MAGAZINE (Poetry Magazine)

Tanygrisiau, Blaunau Ffestiniog
-coffee house poetry (Poetry Magazine)



Poetry Landmarks
original artwork
by Van Howell 2003
 
Poetry Society 2003
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