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Bryn Griffiths Bryn Griffiths i(A26910 works by) (a.k.a. Brynlyn David Griffiths)
Born: Established: 1933 Swansea,
Wales (UK),
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,
Gender: Male
Heritage: Welsh
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Bryn Griffiths has been a British merchant navy seaman (1951-58), a journalist and critic, a broadcaster and a scriptwriter. He has also worked as a cultural adviser to the Western Australian Trades and Labour Council. During the 1960s two of his plays The Sailor (1967) and The Dream of Arthur (1968) were broadcast on BBC radio. In 1985 he was writer in residence to the Australian Merchant Navy.

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

For Reasons of Remembrance "Because of flowers so many years ago", Westerly , July vol. 24 no. 2 1979 single work poetry
1979 joint winner WA Sesquicentenary Literary Competition Poems by Western Australian Writers Award
A Day in Summer "A day in summer, afternoon on eternity's edge,", Seven Poets : The Winning Entries to the Artlook/Shell Literary Award, 1977 , 1977 sequence poetry
1977 commended Artlook/Shell Literary Award
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