In between numerous Chinese-English translations and research works, Bill found the time to apply himself to his general love of languages as a whole, to poetry the world over and to his fascination with science-fiction. He loved to write poetry and wrote many, he wrote a science-fiction story, translated old and famous welsh poems into English and he continued to write short stories covering every topic imaginable.
Here again he failed in the essential task of any author who wishes to obtain recognition (or at least a publisher). Once written and finished these works languished, pushed aside for a new project, and left to gather dust.
Here are a selection of his alternative works, a grouping of varied and colorful stories and poems that should be allowed to have their moment in the limelight.
|Thomas the Rhymer by William Dolby||£ 0.00 each|
|The Wicked Laughing Crow and other stories by William Dolby||£ 0.00 each|
|Space-wasp by William Dolby||£ 0.00 each|
|Pets, People and other Inventions by William Dolby||£ 0.00 each|
|Welsh Poems and Lyrics through the ages translated by William Dolby||£ 0.00 each|
|Poems then and Now by William Dolby||£ 0.00 each|