Emily Hinshelwood’s new Seren poetry collection, ‘On Becoming a Fish’ was inspired by a series of walks around the 186 mile Pembrokeshire coastal path in Wales.
Keidrych Rhys was one of the most influential writers in Wales in the 40s and 50s.
In her fourth collection for Seren, Deryn Rees-Jones returns to familiar preoccupations but with a new clarity and maturity of vision.
Lightning Beneath the Sea is the lively first collection of poems in English from Grahame Davies.
Robert Seatter’s new collection, Writing King Kong, explores the way we envision the world and is a kalidescope of voices and personalities.
A first collection of poems by Ellie Evans, a Wales-born and based author.
James Methven's brilliant twenty-first century variations on Catullus won the inaugural Poetry Wales Purple Moose Poetry Prize in 2009.
Winner of the Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2010. Poems range from the intimate and local to the ambitious and far flung.
Carolyn Jess-Cooke’s new collection focuses on motherhood: the baby arrives in the family ‘like a hand grenade’ and nothing is the same again.
In Imagined Sons, poet Carrie Etter reflects on the experience of a birthmother who gave up her son for adoption when she was seventeen.