Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Born in Anglesey in 1949, Steve Griffiths has published five collections of poetry, including Selected Poems with Seren (1993) and after a fifteen-year break from publishing, An Elusive State with Cinnamon (2008).   He has read in the UK, France, Spain and the USA, and on Radio 3, including...
Steve Makin is a freelance photographer from Cheshire.
Detective Chief Superintendent Steve Wilkins moved to Pembrokeshire from the North West when aged 17 and worked locally in the area before joining Cheshire Police in 1980. He transferred to Dyfed-Powys Police in 1992 and has extensive experience in CID, 27 years of his 29 years service has been as...
Stevie Davies is a novelist and critic of great repute, with books on Milton, Donne, Shakespeare, Virginia Woolf and Emily Bronte. Her novels include Primavera and Impassioned Clay.
Stewart Brown has taught in Jamaica, Nigeria and Britain. He is now a lecturer at the Centre of West African Studies, University of Birmingham. He is the editor of several anthologies of Caribbean literature, including critical work on Derek Walcott and E.K. Brathwaite.
Stuart Smith was born in Epsom in 1965. He was educated at Farnborough Sixth Form College and at Gwent College where he completed a Degree in Graphic Design. He now lives and photographs in London.
Sue Gee is a novelist and short story writer. She has published eleven novels, including The Hours of the Night (1995), winner of the Romantic Novel of the Year award, The Mysteries of Glass (2005), long-listed that year for the Orange Prize, and Reading in Bed (2007) a Daily Mail Book Club...
Timothy Hughes was born in north east Wales and has a long family association with the churches of that area. The Deputy Director of the International Bar Association he lives in London with his wife and son.
Tamar Yoseloff was born in the US and moved to London in 1987. She ran the Terrible Beauty reading series at the Troubadour Coffee House, before joining the Poetry School as Programme Coordinator. She is currently a core tutor at the Poetry School. Her debut book, Sweetheart, won the Aldeburgh...
Tessa Jackson is Artes Mundi’s founding Artistic Director.