New Dylan Thomas Poem, Fresh Off the Presses

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It’s the literary equivalent of a lost Beatles track.

In 1942, Dylan Thomas published a poem in Lilliput magazine. Shortly thereafter, the magazine went defunct, and its archives were acquired by “the late porn baron Paul Raymond.” Today, the poem will be unveiled to the public for the first time in seventy years.


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