Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Anne Cluysenaar was born in Brussels, Belgium, in 1936, the daughter of the Belgian-Scottish artist John Cluysenaar and his wife, the painter Sybil Fitzgerald Hewat. The family moved to Britain just before the outbreak of World War II. Cluysenaar studied French and English literature at Trinity...
Anne Lauppe-Dunbar
Anne Lauppe-Dunbar was born in South Africa to German parents. The family left Africa during apartheid and travelled to Germany by boat, before settling in the UK. Anne Lauppe-Dunbar now lives in Wales; she is a Creative Writing tutor at Swansea University, where she also studied for her PhD in...
Born in Cushendall, County Antrim, Anne-Marie Fyfe lives in London where she has run Coffee-House Poetry's readings & classes at London's leading live literature venue, the Troubadour in Earls Court since 1997, created the Troubadour International Poetry Prize, is Poetry Co-ordinator for the...
Anthony Hyne is David Jones's nephew. David Jones (1895-1974) was a private in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. In his collection David Jones: A Fusilier at the Front, Hyne has selected passages from Jones's poetry, letters and journals and set them against Jones's surviving trench drawings to produce a...
Anthony Stokes is a professional photographer and gallery owner. He has worked in photography for over thirty years and now works, primarily in London, with some of the biggest names in contemporary art practice. His 2007 publication The Valleys, a collection of over one hundred photographs,...
Arthur Gwynn-Browne (1904-1963) was educated at Oxford University. He served as an officer in the British Army in World War II and was involved in the Dunkirk evacuation; this experience formed the basis for F.S.P., a six month account of service with the British Expeditionary Force in France up to...
Barbara Bentley lives with her family in Croft, Warrington. Her prize-winning poetry has been published in a number of journals and anthologies. She completed an M.A. in Creative Writing at the University of Glamorgan before publishing her first collection of poetry, Living Next to Leda (1996),...
Barbara Dennis was Head of Victorian Studies and Senior Lecturer at the University of Wales in Lampeter for many years. She had written widely on Victorian novelists, in particular Charlotte Yonge. In 1996, Seren published Dennis's illuminating account of the life of Victorian poet Elizabeth...
Barbara Hardy (1924-2016) was an internationally renowned academic, and was especially known for her extensive work on nineteenth-century authors, including George Eliot, Dickens, Thackeray and Austen. In addition to her critical work, Hardy also undertook creative writing, including poetry and...
Born in Sussex in 1987, Barney Norris, an award-winning playwright, poet and essayist, grew up in Salisbury. He achieved a BA from Keble College, Oxford and an MA from Royal Holloway, University of London. After university, he founded the touring theatre company Up in Arms with Alice Hamilton. His...