- The Mask of Pity (Christopher Davies, Wales, 1966)
- The Stones Remember (JM Dent & Sons, London, 1967)
- Scars (JM Dent & Sons, London 1969)
- At the Airport (The Sceptre Press (Outposts), Farnham, 1970)
- The Survivors (JM Dent & Sons London, 1971)
- Starboard Green (Imble Publications, London, 1972)
- Beasthoods (The Turret Press, London, 1973)
- The Dark Convoys (Aquila Press, Solihull, 1974)
- Love Poems (Artlook Press, Perth, Australia, 1980)
- Sea Poems (Veritas Press, Perth, Australia, 1988)
- The Ocean’s Edge (The Dragon Press, Swansea, Wales, 1992)
- The Landsker (Alun Books, Port Talbot, Wales, 1994)
Poetry in anthologies
- Anglo-Welsh Verse (The London Welshman (anthology editor), 1964)
- Commonwealth Poets (Heinemann, London/Cardiff, 1965)
- Welsh Voices (Dent, London, 1967 (Editor))
- The Lilting House (Dent/Davies, London&Wales, 1969)
- Anglo-Welsh Poetry (Transatlantic Review (ed. BS Johnson), London/New York, Spring-Summer issue, 1972)
- Australian Voices (Penguin Australia, 1975)
- Blodeugerdd (Harlech Antholgy, Coleg Harlech, 1976)
- Seven Poets (Artlook/Shell, Perth, Australia, 1977)
- Ghosts (Thomas Nelson (Australia), 1978)
- The Moving Skull (Hodder&Stoughton (Australia), Sydney, 1981)
- Out of This World (Heinemann, London, 1885)
- Poetry in Motion (Poetry in Motion Books (with Glen Phillips, Shane McCauley and Alan Alexander), Perth, 1986)
- Axed between the Ears (Heinemann, London, 1987)
- Margins (Fremantle Press, Fremantle, Australia, 1988)
- Celebrations (University on Western Australia Press, Perth, 1988)
- Wordhord (Fremantle Press, Fremantle, 1989)
- A Swansea Anthology (Seren)
- 20th Century Anglo-Welsh Poetry (Seren)
- Poetry 1900-2000 (Library of Wales)
- The Sailor, a play for radio commissioned by BBC Third Programme in 1965
- The Undertaker, a play for radio commissioned by BBC (London) in 1967
- The Dream of Arthur, a play for radio commissioned by BBC Wales in 1970
- Cambrian Carnival, a series of short plays and sketches written for the Cambrian Theatre Company whilst resident dramatist during 1972.
- King Arthur’s Egg, a play for children written whilst resident writer/dramatist with the C.A.T.S. association of Western Australia in 1975.
- Broadcast readings of poetry on radio for the BBC Third Programme and BBC Wales on numerous occasions during the 1960s, including a reading from first poetry collection, The Mask of Pity, with actors Kenneth Griffith and Norman Wynn reciting selected works and the author providing linking narrative.
- Three one-hour radio broadcasts of poetry, with additional narration, for the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) from Melbourne in 1968.
- Radio broadcasts of poetry on ABC Radio from Perth, Western Australia, during the 1970s.
- Elegy for Aberfan, a poem commissioned by TWW and read by the author on TWW and ITN networks on the first anniversary of the Aberfan disaster in October 1967.
- Elegy for Aberfan, broadcast on national television in Australia by the author during his lecture/recital tour of the country in 1968.
- Elegy for Aberfan, broadcast by BBCTV Wales in the programme In Memory of Aberfan on the 10th anniversary of the disaster.
- First recording of The Stones Remember (Argo/Decca PLP 1189) with poet Bryan Walters in 1973.
Journalism for publications and broadcasters
- The London Welshman
- The Western Mail
- Welsh Outlook
- Wales Tourist Guide
- London Evening Standard
- Central Office of Information ( C.O.I. )
- Transatlantic Review
- Town Magazine
- The Sunday Times (UK)
- BBC Cymru ( Wales )
- BBC London
- Redifusion TV
- Thames TV
- ABC ( Australia)
- WA Education Film Unit
- Melbourne Herald