Seren is an independent literary publisher, specialising in English-language writing from Wales. Our prize-winning list has something to offer anyone with an interest in excellent writing. Our aim is not simply to reflect what is going on in the culture in which we publish, but to that culture forward, to engage with the drive ...


September has arrived, autumn is on its way, and so many of our authors are gearing up to participate in some exciting events all over the world...
September 2015 - 12:28 pm
Throughout the summer Jerwood Fiction Uncovered have been celebrating the eight winners of their 2015 prize, and this week it's Significance's turn!...
August 2015 - 10:43 am
WW2 writer Alun Lewis's previously lost novel, Morlais, is Wales Book of the Month throughout August. Morlais, which is now available to buy from our...
August 2015 - 15:14 pm
The Young Poets Network have brought back the Timothy Corsellis Prize after a very successful year in 2014, and this year Alun Lewis has a small part...
July 2015 - 11:49 am
July 1st marked the official centenary of Alun Lewis, the greatest writer of the Second World War, and you can join us as we continue our...
June 2015 - 16:39 pm
20th-27th June, 2015 marks the annual celebration of Independent Bookshop Week in Britain and Ireland. Part of the Books Are My Bag campaign, the...
June 2015 - 10:41 am
Kim Moore's poem 'In That Year' has been shortlisted for the Forward Prize. The judging panel includes BBC producer Emma Harding and the poets ...
June 2015 - 14:22 pm
From May 2015 Tony Curtis, Emeritus Professor of Poetry at the University of South Wales who introduced and led Creative Writing there for many years...
June 2015 - 15:27 pm
Commemorate the 150th anniversary of the establishment of a Welsh colony in Patagonia with Clare Dudman’s novel of the early years of the colony, A...
May 2015 - 12:32 pm
Jo Mazelis is one of eight winners of the 2015 Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize for her striking debut novel Significance. The winners were announced...
May 2015 - 11:27 am


South Brisbane
Thursday 3rd September, 10:00 to Sunday 6th September, 14:30
Join poet Ivy Alvarez for a series of events at this year's Brisbane Writers Festival in September.  Ivy will be reading from her work, as well as...
Thursday 3rd September, 19:30
Join Jonathan Edwards (My Family and Other Superheroes) at this year's Velvet Coalmine festival in the Preachers Lounge Bar, where he will be reading...
Thursday 3rd September, 19:30
Join Iain Richards in conversation with Author Brian Roper, discussing the centenary of WW2 writer Alun Lewis at this year's Velvet Coalmine festival...
Sunday 6th September, 10:30 to 12:00
Join Kim Moore at the Carlisle Book Festival at 10:30am on Sunday 6th September where she will lead a workshop exploring how we can write about...
Sunday 6th September, 13:30
Join Kim Moore at this year's Carlisle Book Festival where she will be reading some of her work from her fantastic debut collection, The Art of...
St. Nicholas
Friday 11th September, 14:00
Join Tony Curtis, currently Poet in Residence at Dyffryn, for a Poetry Walk around the National Trust's Dyffryn Gardens. The cost of the walk is the...
Saturday 12th September, 12:30 to 14:30
Join Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize-winner Jo Mazelis at this year's PENfro Book Festival at 12:30pm on Saturday 12th September for a two hour...
Sunday 13th September, 11:30 to 12:15
Join journalist Steve Adams at the PENfro Book Festival at 11:30am on Sunday 13th September where he'll be discussing Murder at the Star: Who Killed...
Tuesday 15th September, 18:45 to Tuesday 10th November, 20:45
Join Rosie Shepperd at The Poetry School for five fortnightly sessions on the devouring and creation of food poetry. From Williams’ plums and Basho’s...
Saturday 19th September, 18:00 to 20:00
Join prize-winning short story writer Carys Davies at Waterstones Piccadilly as the autumn short story salon begins! Book your tickets here.

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