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Personal Correspondence

Postcards and letters primarily addressed to Greg Hill, 1952; 1980-2010 (with gaps), mainly relating to the publication of poetry and reviews in books and journals including Poetry Wales, Planet, Agenda, New Welsh Review, Scintilla, PN Review, The Anglo-Welsh Review, Materion Dwyieithog/Bilingual Matters, and Friends’ Quarterly, and the anthologies The Dancing Pilgrimage of Water: Writings on Welsh Rivers, Lakes, and Reservoirs (2010), and Birdsong (2002); Greg Hill’s acceptance of the Manchester Cathedral Religious Poetry Competition 2001; and membership of The Welsh Academy/Yr Academi Gymreig (1988). Includes letters from Michael Farley (1); Jeremy Hooker (1); Robert Minhinnick (4); John Davies (1); John Barnie (2); Dewi Roberts (2); Charles Leftwich (1); Cary Archard (1); Richard Poole (2); Zoë Skoulding (2); Michael Schmidt (1); Robin Reeves (2); Anne Cluysenaar (3); Gwyneth Evans (1); Greg Hill (1); Mick Felton (1); Canon Albert Radcliffe (1); David Blamires (1); Ursula Freeman (1); William Cookson (1); Glenda Beagan (2), including a typescript copy of her poem ‘Bi-Lingual’ (1992); David Annwn (3); Raymond Garlick (1), including a copy of the first edition of the journal Dock Leaves (1952); ; Mike Jenkins (1); Tony Conran (1); and Kevin Thomas (1). The file also includes a typescript copy of ‘The Guesthouse’ by Steve Griffiths ([?1980x1995]); and a copy of Welsh Union of Writers News, Winter 1983/84.

Personal correspondence

Personal correspondence, 2006 July-December, consisting of letters and cards, discussing mainly political and literary matters including John Barnie's retirement as editor of Planet magazine, including correspondence from John Barnie (24); Bruce Clunies Ross (26); Shani Rhys James (1); Raymond Garlick (1); John Harris (1); Richard Poole (1); Anne Cluysenaar (1); Ian McDonald (1); Cary Archard (2); Nigel Jenkins (3); Keir Reeves (1); Robert Minhinnick (2); Patrick McGuinness (2); Pamela Petro (1); Stevie Davies (1); Knud Sørensen (3); Martin Leer (4); Barry Butson (3); Damian Walford Davies (1); Guy Vanderhaeghe (1); M.W. Thomas (1); Harriet Richards (1); Jen Wilson (1); Bengt Berg (1); Maria Grech Ganado (1); Gladys Mary Coles (1); and Talfan Barnie (1).

Materion Dwyieithog/Bilingual Matters

Papers relating to the journal Materion Dwyieithog/Bilingual Matters, [?1990]-1992; 2002, consisting of correspondence discussing items to be featured and typescript copies of material intended for inclusion. The correspondence (1990-1992; 2002) includes letters from Tony Conran (4); Greg Hill (unsigned) (1); Michael Schmidt (1); Steve Short (1); Harri Pritchard Jones (1); M. Wynn Thomas (1); Joseph Clancy (2); Raymond Garlick (1); Bobi Jones (1); Ceridwen Lloyd Morgan to Hywel Ifans (1); and Huw Jones (1). The correspondence is accompanied by typescript and hand written copies, ([?1990]-[?1992]), of material intended for publication, including an interview with Tony Conran; part of a translation of Y Gododdin by Steve Short; an interview with Joseph Clancy; copies of Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan’s essay ‘Fascinating, Infuriating and Miraculous: Welsh-Language Publishing in 1991’; two copies of ‘Dwyieithrwydd a Llenyddiaeth’ by Heather Williams; ‘Darganfod Hanes Cymru’ by Geraint H. Jenkins, ([?1992]); copies of poems translated by Joseph Clancy from the original Welsh by Bobi Jones, including ‘Portrait of an Immigrant’, ‘A Wren in Aberystwyth Cemetery’; ‘The Other Grandmother’, ‘Going on Holidays’, and ‘Grandfather and Grandson’; and copies of ‘Y Llifeiriant’ and ‘Syrcas’ by Huw Jones, ‘Meeting at Llanfihangel’ by Damian Walford Davies, and ‘Darganfod Hanes Cymru’ by Geraint H. Jenkins;

Correspondence relating to closure of the Anglo-Welsh Review

Correspondence, 1981-2000, mainly relating to reviews and articles intended for publication in the Anglo-Welsh Review, and to the Welsh Arts Council’s withdrawal of funding in 1987 and subsequent closure of the publication in 1988. The file includes letters to Greg Hill and others from Arthur Giardelli (3); Bim Giardelli (1); Glyn Jones (1); Anne Stevenson (3); Tony Conran (2); Jeremy Hooker (9); Desmond Slay (1); Meic Stephens (4); Freda Walters (3); Tony Curtis (1); John Davies (1); Raymond Garlick (2); Peter Dale (1); David Annwn (1); Ann Hallam (1); Tony Bianchi (1); Gillian Clarke (1); and Steve Griffiths (1). Also enclosed are cuttings of obituaries for the writer and historian Gwyn Jones, written by Desmond Slay and Meic Stephens respectively (1999); and a copy of a cutting from the Western Mail, reporting on the closure of the Anglo-Welsh Review and the launch of the New Welsh Review (1987).

Poets on Poets: Coleg Harlech

Papers, 1993-1994, relating to the Welsh Academy’s ‘Poets on Poets: Taliesin and Aneirin’ event at Coleg Harlech, 1994, featuring Greg Hill, Gillian Clarke, Chris Meredith, and Tony Conran. The file includes letters (1993-1994), from Greg Hill (unsigned) (1), Kevin Thomas (1), Gillian Clarke (1), and Tony Conran (1); a poster advertising the event (1994); typescript copies of poems intended to be featured ([1994]), including a verse from Aneirin’s 'Gododdin', and the poems ‘Aneirin Speaks’ and ‘Heroes’, by Raymond Garlick, and ‘Over the Top’, ‘Elegy for the Welsh Dead in the Falkland Islands, 1982’, and ‘Becca at the Gate’ by Greg Hill; and a copy of the booklet ‘Ancestors: Translations from Early Welsh Verse & Variations on a Theme’ by Greg Hill ([?1994]).

General correspondence: Sally Roberts Jones, 1968-1969

The file contains corresondence, 1968-1969, accumulated by Sally Roberts Jones as secretary of the English Language Section of the Academi. The correspondence relates to the first and other early meetings of the section and includes letters and references to many prominent Anglo-Welsh and Welsh language writers including Dannie Abse, Alison Bielski, W. H. Boore, Brenda Chamberlain, Alexander Cordell, Aneirin Talfan Davies, Pennar Davies, Rhys Davies, Tom Earley, Raymond Garlick, Ll. Wyn Griffiths, Peter Gruffydd, Cledwyn Hughes, Richard Hughes, A.O.H. Jarman, Glyn Jones, Harri Pritchard Jones, John Idris Jones, R. Brinley Jones, R. Gerallt Jones, Sally Roberts Jones, T. Gwynn Jones, Roland Mathias, Bill Meilen, Gerald Morgan, Robert Morgan, T. J. Morgan, James Morris, Leslie Norris, D. Parry-Jones, T. H. Parry-Williams, Cecil J. L. Price, A. G. Prys-Jones, Alun Richards, Kate Roberts, Meic Stephens, Gwyn Thomas (Bangor), R. George Thomas, Aled Vaughan, Richard Vaughan, Gwyn Williams (Trefenter), Herbert Williams and Raymond Williams.

Abse, Dannie

General correspondence: Meic Stephens

The file comprises mainly of correspondence, 1968-1969, relating to the preliminary meeting and other early meetings of the English Language Section of the Academi. The preliminary meeting was arranged by Meic Stephens and the file includes invitations sent out by him, letters of reply, and letters commenting on this first meeting. The file also includes letters inviting writers to become members of the Academi, their replies and lists of those writers who have accepted or declined membership. There are a few references to discussions about the establishment of a new English language literary magazine, an idea which was rejected for the time being. There are letters from and references to, many prominent Anglo-Welsh and Welsh language writers including Dannie Abse, Alison Bielski, W. H. Boore, Alexander Cordell, Brenda Chamberlain, Tony Conran, Rhys Davies, Tudor David, Menna Gallie, Bryn Griffiths, Peter Gruffydd, Raymond Garlick, Ll. Wyn Griffith, Gwenallt, Cledwyn Hughes, Richard Hughes, Emyr Humphreys, A. G. Prys Jones, David Jones, Dedwydd Jones, Glyn Jones, Gwyn Jones, Jack Jones, John Idris Jones, Sally Roberts Jones, Bill Meilen, Gerald Morgan, Robert Morgan, Roland Mathias, Leslie Norris, John Ormond, Alun Owen, D. Parry-Jones, Cecil Price, Alun Richards, Gwyn Thomas, R. S. Thomas, John Tripp, Aled Vaughan, Richard Vaughan, Harri Webb, Gwyn Williams, Herbert Williams, John Stuart Williams and Raymond Williams.

Stephens, Meic

Opus 10: Canticle for Voice and Piano: Words by Twentieth Century Anglo-Welsh Poets (seven parts)

Ink score with pencil annotations, dated 1956-1961 and titled Opus 10: 'Canticle for Tenor and Piano: Words by 20th-century Anglo-Welsh Poets'. The score is in seven parts: Part 1, 'Lean on the Rail' by Randal Jenkins, dated 12 January 1957; Part 2, 'I Will Give you a Golden Flower' by David Harries, dated 16 December 1956; Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 4, 'When I was a Child' by R. S. Thomas, dated 24 November 1959; Part 5, 'Is There a Cause?' by Vernon Watkins, dated 21 April 1960; Part 6, 'In the Grass Gold Rings' by Roland Mathias, dated 10 May 1957; Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, dated 24 January 1961.

Opus 10: Canticle for Voice and Piano (facsimile)

Facsimile copy of ink score, dated 1956-1961, titled Opus 10: 'Canticle for Voice and Piano', and incorporating 'Words by Twentieth-Century Anglo-Welsh Poets'. Consisting of Part 1, 'Lean on the Rail' by Randal Jenkins, dated 12 January 1957; Part 2, 'I Will Give you a Golden Flower' by David Harries, dated16 December 1956; Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 4, 'When I Was a Child' by R. S. Thomas, dated 24 November 1959; Part 5, 'Is There a Cause?' by Vernon Watkins, dated 21 April 1960; Part 6, 'In the Grass Gold Rings' by Roland Mathias, dated 10 May 1957; and Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, dated 24 January 1961.

Opus 10: Canticle for Tenor & Strings

Original ink score with pencil annotations, titled 'Canticle for Tenor and Strings' and arranged into parts for violins 1 and 2, viola, cello, and double bass. The score includes three parts based on Harries' work 'Words by 20th-century Anglo-Welsh Poets': Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 6, 'In the Grass Gold Rings' by Roland Mathias, dated 10 May 1957; and Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, dated 24 January 1961. Parts 1, 2, 4 and 5 are wanting.

Opus 10: Canticle for Tenor and Piano: Words by Twentieth Century Anglo-Welsh Poets (six parts)

Draft score in ink with pencil annotations, dated 1956-1961 and titled Opus 10: 'Canticle for Tenor and Piano: Words by 20th-century Anglo-Welsh Poets'. The score is in six parts: Part 1, 'Lean on the Rail' by Randal Jenkins, dated 1 - 12 January 1957; Part 2, 'I Will Give you a Golden Flower' by David Harries, dated 16 December 1956; Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 4, 'When I was a Child' by R. S. Thomas, dated 24 November 1959; Part 5, 'Is There a Cause?' by Vernon Watkins, dated 21 April 1960; and Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, as a loose page draft pencil partial score, dated 24 January 1961. Part 6 is wanting.

John Cowper Powys letters to Dinah White

Some one hundred and seven letters and cards, 1953-1956, from John Cowper Powys to Dinah White, whom Powys addresses as 'dear adopted daughter'. The letters, some of which are illustrated with Powys's ink drawings, mostly refer to family, health and literary matters, in particular the declining health and death of his son Littleton Alfred Powys and White's role as his carer, the deaths of his brothers T. F. Powys and Littleton C. Powys and the health of his brother William (Willie). There are also references to John Cowper Powys and Phyllis Playter's move from Corwen to Blaenau Ffestiniog in 1955, and their new neighbours Raymond Garlick and his family; and to Cowper Powys's progress with his novel The Brazen Head (published 1956).

Powys, John Cowper, 1872-1963

General correspondence

The file contains correspondence with publishers relating to the reprints scheme, 1977, in particular regarding reprints of Emyr Humphreys' work. The file also includes letters from Raymond Garlick, Ned Thomas and Belinda Humfrey including their suggestions for possible reprints.

Humphreys, Emyr

General correspondence: Sally Roberts Jones, 1970-1971

The file contains correspondence, 1970-1971, accumulated by Sally Roberts Jones as Secretary of the English Language Section of the Academi Gymreig. It includes a letter inviting A. G. Prys-Jones to become the next chairman of the English Language Section following the death of Jack Jones. There are also letters relating to poetry readings including one to be held by the poetry group Horse, established by Peter Finch. Other correspondents include Ron Berry, Alison Bielski, Gillian Clarke, Tom Earley, Raymond Garlick, Cyril Hodges, Jeremy Hooker, Belinda Humfrey, Glyn Jones, Douglas Phillips, Cecil Price, Meic Stephens, Gwyn Thomas (Rhondda), Ned Thomas, and J. P. Ward.

Gohebiaeth gyffredinol/General correspondence

Yn cynnwys llythyrau oddi wrth/Includes letters from: Syr/Sir Goronwy Daniel (2); Cassie Davies (2); Mari Ellis; Tom Ellis AS/MP (2); Gwyn Erfyl; Meredydd Evans (2); Winifred Ewing; Raymond Garlick; Peter Hughes Griffiths; R. Geraint Gruffydd (3); Dan Lynn James; Ben G. Jones; R. Brinley Jones; Robyn Lewis (4); Hywel Moseley; Delwyn Phillips; Dewi Watkin Powell (2); Alwyn D. Rees; Keith Robbins (2); Chris Smith AS/MP (3); J. Beverley Smith; Ben Bowen Thomas; Athro/Professor Brinley Thomas; Ned Thomas (2); Peter Thomas AS/MP; Gwilym R. Tilsley; Dafydd Wyn Wiliam; Dr Phil Williams.

Daniel, Goronwy H. (Goronwy Hopcyn), 1914-2003

Gohebiaeth gyffredinol/General correspondence

Mae amryw o'r gohebwyr yn llongyfarch Gwynfor Evans ar ail-gipio etholaeth Sir Gaerfyrddin yn etholiad seneddol Hydref 1974./Many of the correspondents write to congratulate Gwynfor Evans on re-capturing Carmarthenshire in the general election of October 1974. Yn cynnwys llythyrau oddi wrth/Includes letters from: D. J. Bowen, Wyn Calvin; Syr/Sir Goronwy Daniel; Athro/Professor Alun Davies, Abertawe/Swansea; Dewi Eirug Davies; Per Denez; Nicholas Edwards; Mari Ellis; Meg Ellis; D. Simon Evans; Raymond Garlick; W. R. P. George; R. E. Griffith; J. Gwyn Griffiths (2); R. Geraint Gruffydd; Dr Goronwy Alun Hughes; Norah Isaac; Mari James; David Jenkins; Derec Llwyd Morgan; Deulwyn Morgan; John Morris AS/MP; Jack Oliver, Emrys Bennett Owen; Dewi Watkin Powell; Alwyn D. Rees; Brinley Richards, Eigra Lewis Roberts; Elan Closs Stephens; Jeremy Thorpe; Gwyn Williams, Trefenter.

Bowen, D. J. (David James), 1925-

Gohebiaeth gyffredinol/General correspondence

Yn cynnwys llythyrau oddi wrth/Includes letters from: Alun Talfan Davies; Cassie Davies; Denzil Davies AS/MP; Ioan L. Evans AS/MP; Raymond Garlick; Peter Hughes Griffiths (11); Arglwydd/Lord Crowther-Hunt; Emyr Jenkins; R. Gerallt Jones (3); Dewi Watkin Powell; John Silkin; Dafydd Elis Thomas.

Davies, Alun Talfan, 1913-2000

Correspondence : 1954

Includes letters from Aneirin Talfan Davies (4); D. J. Williams; L. Alun Page; A. G. Prys-Jones; and Raymond Garlick (10).

Davies, Aneirin Talfan

Correspondence : 1964

Includes letters from Meic Stephens (2); Cecil Price (12); R. George Thomas (6); Robert Morgan (3); Leonard Clark (5); Raymond Garlick (5); Glyn Jones (2); John Idris Jones (4); David Harries; Bryn Griffiths (2); D. J. Williams; Gerald Morgan (2); Gwyn A. Williams (2); Pennar Davies; Alison Bielski (3); Vernon Watkins; Aneirin Talfan Davies; Alun Llewellyn; Dannie Abse (2); Leslie Norris (3); A. G. Prys-Jones (2); Ellen Tifft (2); Emily Katharine Harris (2); Robert Gittings; Islwyn Ffowc Elis; and John Stuart Williams (3). The file also includes a statement of income and expenditure and balance sheet for the Dock Leaves Press, year ending 29 Feb. 1964.

Stephens, Meic

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