Diary

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Comprises references to his work: publication of Flame and Slag; continued revision of So Long, Hector Bebb and its acceptance for publication by Macmillan; revising Born For and writing a stage version of it; writing various 30 minute television plays (One Born Every Minute, But Now They Are Fled, From Via To and Time Spent). Also references to his radio talk on Geraint Goodwin. Other topics include: his reading (Anais Nin and the correspondence of Henry Miller and Lawrence Durrell); attending a Welsh Arts Council reception; work as a reader for the BBC; family including birth of a grandchild Rachel; his health, also that of Rene and son Roderick; dealings with John Ormond; Meic Stephens; going to the Labour Exchange; dealings with publishers and with the Eric Glass literary agency.

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