"To begin at the beginning: It is spring, moonless night in the small town, starless and bible-black." From the small, sleepy villages of his most famous works to the hustle and bustle of his birth place, the beauty and wildness of Wales was an inescapable inspiration to the legendary Dylan Thomas. Authors Mark Davis and Tony Earnshaw journey from Wales' windswept coast, through its rolling green hills and into its majestic mountain ranges to discover the scenes, sights and sounds of Dylan Thomas' Wales. Beautifully illustrated and expertly researched, Under Milk Wood Revisited: The Wales of Dylan Thomas brings to life the country that inspired one of the greatest poets Wales has ever produced.
Mark is a keen social historian and has photographed Bradford from the core out for several years, recording the changing history of this great northern city. He has written a number of books for Amberley Publishing, including West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum and Voices From the Asylum. Tony Earnshaw is an author, journalist, broadcaster, film programmer and film festival director. He is Head of Film Programming at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television and, since 2000, has been director of the annual and widely respected Bradford Film Festival, based at the NMPFT.