Literary Places was started by Angela Williams in September 2010. Many thanks to all the people who have provided assistance with the research, especially the staff of the museums at Dawlish and Teignmouth, and the members of the Dawlish local history group.
Most of the articles are dated according to when the photographs were taken, which means that new additions don’t necessarily appear at the top of the page but are sometimes inserted among existing posts. However, a writer or place name search should turn up any entries relating to a specific person/place, regardless of when they were added.
I endeavour to ensure the information on the site is up to date and accurate but if you do discover a broken link, an error, or a typo, please let me know so that it can be put right.
Unless otherwise stated all images and articles on this website are copyright and should not be used without prior permission.
This is a non-commercial site and is intended for educational purposes only. In the case of works which are still in copyright every effort has been made to trace and contact the copyright holders. If any copyright holder objects, in writing, to items appearing on the site we will remove them.
This site is being archived for preservation by the British Library Web Archive.