Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
/*-->*/ Shani Rhys James MBE is one of Wales’ leading painters, who has been awarded an MBE for services to art. Born in Australia she was trained at London’s St Martin’s College of Art and has been living and pursuing her art in Wales for over 30 years. Her work has garnered many awards...
Sheenagh Pugh is known to thousands of poetry readers for 'Sometimes', her much anthologised 'poem on the underground' and for her Selected Poems, a set text in schools. Sheenagh has published nine collections of poetry and translations plus a Selected Poems and a sort of mini-Selected, two novels...
Sian Best was a leading force in the anti-Barrage campaign. She currently works as a librarian in Cardiff.
Brought up and educated in West Wales, Siân James is the author of twelve novels, including Love and War, Return to Hendre Ddu, and Storm at Arberth, and two collections of short stories. She has twice won the Yorkshire Post Prize for fiction and her novel A Small Country was filmed as the award-...
Simon Mundy has written three previous books of poems and three novels (two under the pen name James Eno). He has also written several biographies of classical musicians including Elgar, Purcell and Tchaikovsky. He has directed festivals in Scotland and Holland and broadcast for over thirty years...
Simon Turner’s first collection, You Are Here, was published by Heaventree Press in 2007.  His second, Difficult Second Album (2010), appeared with Nine Arches Press in 2010.  His poems have appeared in a number of publications, including Tears in the Fence, The Wolf, Poetry Salzburg, and PN Review...
Siobhán Campbell was born in Dublin, she is a graduate of University College, Dublin. She spent a number of years in New York and San Francisco and worked as Managing Editor of Wolfhound Press before joining Faculty at Kingston University in London. Widely published in the USA and UK, she has won...
 Stephen Wade is the author of twenty books on crime and law in history, with a special interest in regional crime stories. He is a graduate of UCW Aberystwyth, where he also completed a PhD in literature under the supervision of Ned Thomas. He works regularly in Wales on short courses in creative...
Steve Adams is the editor at the South Wales Guardian. Originally from Pembrokeshire, he was for some years a bookseller in the Cardiff branch of Waterstones before changing careers to journalism. His novel Murder at the Star: Who Killed Thomas Thomas? (2015) investigates the brutal murder of...