Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Dafydd Johnston is Professor of Welsh at the University of Wales, Swansea. Amongst his writing on Welsh literature is A Pocket Guide: The Literatures of Wales (University of Wales press, Cardiff, 1994).
Dai George was born in Cardiff in 1986 and has studied in Bristol, New York and London. His poems and criticism have appeared in The Guardian Online, The Boston Review, New Welsh Review, Poetry Review, The White Review, The Lonely Crowd, and many other magazines and anthologies. His first...
Professor Dai Smith is Pro Vice Chancellor of the University of Glamorgan and formerly Head of Broadcasting (English) at BBC Wales. He has written extensively on Welsh history, in particular Aneurin Bevan, Raymond Williams and wider cultural facets such as rugby.
Dai Vaughan was one of the most highly-regarded documentary film editors to have worked in Britain. His novels include Totes Meer and Non-Return. He is also the author of For Documentary: 12 Essays.
Co-editor of The Captain's Tower, Damian Furniss’ first collection, Chocolate Che, was published this year; he is widely published in magazines and read at festivals and events around the country.
Damian Walford Davies is a poet, writer and librettist. He is the author of four Seren collections – Suit of Lights (2009), Witch (2012), Judas (2015) and Docklands (2019), together with the pamphlet Alabaster Girls (Rack Press, 2015) and the co-written volume, Whiteout (Parthian, 2006). He is Pro...
Daniel Butler has been a freelance writer and journalist since 1989, specialising in rural and environmental issues. He has published 6 books about nature and the countryside, including The Red Tail, Sharing the Seasons with a Hawk (Cape, 1994). He moved to live the good life in Wales in 1993 and...
Professor Daniel G. Williams is Director of the Richard Burton Centre for the Study of Wales at Swansea University. He is the author of Wales Unchained: Literature, Politics and Identity in the American Century (2015), Black Skin, Blue Books: African Americans and Wales 1845-1945 (2012), and...
Daniel Williams is a Senior Lecturer in the English Department at Swansea University, and Assistant Director of CREW (the Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales). He has written on a range of subjects within the field of Welsh writing in English for a wide number of...
Dannie Abse CBE (1923-2014) was born in Cardiff and studied Medicine at Cardiff, King’s College and Westminster Hospital. A poet, novelist, playwright, he has also published diaries and autobiography. He has published sixteen volumes of poetry including a Collected Poems. www.dannieabse.com