A light-hearted novella exploring the strange case of a Swansea woman who is apparently possessed by the spirit of Dylan Thomas.
Naturally all is not as it seems. The woman, who works in the Dylan Thomas Centre, meets a rather different Dylan from the
one she knows by repute, one who doesn't really fit in with the ghosts of other poets in heaven and is desperate to train
himself to join the fitter shades of the long distance runners instead. Her own life, which has been lonely and sad, is completely
transformed by the encounter. Fluent and entertaining the story is written with all the confidence and panache you would
expect from the former national poet, also a playwright and award-winning author of fiction and non-fiction. Alongside the
humour there is a warmth and pathos, and some pithy observations on poets and poetry and the nature of fame.