Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan was brought up in Caernarfonshire and educated at the universities of Oxford, Poitiers, and Wales. She has published widely on the history of literature and the visual arts in Wales.
Charles Mundye is Head of Academic Development at Sheffield Hallam University. His interests include literary modernism, poetry and poetics and Welsh writing in English. He edited Keidrych Rhys, The Van Pool: Collected Poems and Robert Graves: War Poems and has written on Pound, Lynette Roberts,...
Charles Way was born in Devon in 1955. He trained as an actor at Rose Bruford College in London then joined Leeds Education team for which he wrote his first professional play in 1978. He became resident writer at Theatre Centre in London and has since written over thirty plays, many especially for...
Chris McCabe was born in Liverpool in 1977. He moved to London at twenty-four, and now works as the Poetry Librarian at the Saison Poetry Library at the South Bank Centre. He has published poems in a variety of magazines and in four collections, most recently Speculatrix (2014). His plays Shad...
Christine Evans taught English on the Llyn Peninsula, where she lives with her husband and son on a farm. Her first collection, Looking Inland, was described as having 'something to say that is worth saying...a sane response to experience'. Her work is widely pubished; Seren produced four...
Christopher Meredith is the award-winning author of four novels and three collections of poetry and also tranlsates Welsh to English. Prizes include an Eric Gregory Award, the Arts Council of Wales Young Writer Prize and the Fiction Prize for his first novel, Shifts. His second novel, Griffri, was...
Clare Dudman is a novelist published by Viking, Penguin and Seren. Her children’s novel, Edge of Danger, won the Kathleen Fidler Award. Dudman was born in north Wales and has lived in or close to Chester for many years. She has a PhD in Chemistry and has worked as a postdoctoral research associate...
Born and brought up in rural Monmouthshire, Clare Morgan now divides her time between Gwynedd, Oxford and London. A graduate of the University of East Anglia's MA in Creative Writing, she also has a doctorate from Oxford. She is currently Lecturer in English at Brasenose College, Oxford. She has...
Colin Hughes is a former engineer and civil servant, now living in Buckinghamshire.
Cynan Jones was born in Wales in 1975. His first novel, The Long Dry (2006) won a Betty Trask Award from the Society of Authors and is translated into several languages. His second novel Everything I Found on the Beach was published in 2011, and a piece from a work in progress included in Granta...