Born in London, where her parents lived at the time, she was named for the River Aeron. In 1949, the family moved to the Boat House, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, Wales. After her father's death in 1953, she and her mother went to Rome, later moving to Sicily. She learnt Italian and became a translator of Italian poetry. She was also known as an ambassador for her father's work, and as a patron of the Dylan Thomas Society. Visiting professor in schools and universities in the U.K. and abroad, in the late ‘90s she was very popular with the students of Giuseppe Perotti School in Torino, Italy for her "creative writing" courses. In 2007 she became President of IMMAGINE&POESIA (Image and Poetry), the international artistic literary movement founded at Teatro Alfa, Torino, Italy.
Aeronwy Thomas died in 2009 in New Malden London, aged 66.
Aeronwy Bryn Thomas Ellis (Londres, 3 mars 1943 - Londres, 27 juillet 2009) est une écrivaine et poète anglaise, fille du poète gallois Dylan Thomas et de la danseuse Caitlin MacNamara.
Aeronwy Thomas a été la porte-parole de l'oeuvre de son père et la directrice de la Dylan Thomas Society. En 2003 elle a reçu le doctorat « honoris causa » de L'Université de Swansea (University of Wales). En 2007 elle est devenue Présidente du Mouvement artistique littéraire Immagine & Poesia (« Image & Poésie » en français).
Lawrence Ferlinghetti (born March 24, 1919) , American poet, painter liberal activist, and the co-founder of City Lights Boooksellers & Publishers. Author of poetry, translations, fiction, theatre, art criticism, and film narration, he is best known for A Coney Island of the Mind (New York: New Directions, 1958), a collection of poems that has been translated into nine languages, with sales of over 1 million copies. Since 2009 he has been in the Honour Committee of Immagine & Poesia.
Lawrence Ferlinghetti (né le 24 mars 1919) est un poète américain, bien connu sous les auspices du co-propriétaire de la librairie City Light Books, et d'une maison d'édition du même nom qui a fait paraître les travaux littéraires des poètes de la Beat Generation, y compris Jack Kerouac et Allen Ginsberg.
En 2009 Ferlinghetti est devenu Membre Honoraire du mouvement artistique littéraire Immagine & Poesia.
Ugo Nespolo (born at Mosso, Biella on August 29, 1941) is an Italian painter and sculptor, particularly known for his experimental films, his applied art works and his artistic collaborations in advertising, theater and literature.
Nespolo graduated at the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti of Turin under Enrico Paulucci and obtained a degree in Modern Literature at the University of Turin, with a thesis on Semiology.
His career as an artist started in the 1960s and his work was influenced by Pop Art, which was becoming popular in Italy in those years, Conceptual Art, Arte Povera and Fluxus, movements that he learned to appreciate during his frequent trips to the United States. After the first trip in 1967, he continued to regularly visit the States, where he spent long periods especially during the 1980s. Irony and transgression were part of his art and since then, and will characterise also all the rest of Nespolo's work in the years to come. Since 2010 he has been in the Honour Committee of Immagine & Poesia.