Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Daryl Leeworthy is a writer and historian. He is the Rhys Davies Research Fellow at the South Wales Miners’ Library at Swansea University, where he continues to research the historical experience of the South Wales Coalfield. He has written widely on Welsh history and literature and is the author...
David Alston is a respected art critic and former curator of the Lowry Gallery and Keeper of Art at the National Museum of Wales. His criticism,catalogue essays and reviews have appeared in a wide range of publications. He is currently the senior Arts Officer at the Arts Council of Wales.
David Foster-Morgan
David Foster-Morgan was born in Tenby and raised in Cardiff. He read Philosophy at University College, London and has an MSc in Computing from Cardiff. He has been widely published in a number of journals including Poetry Wales, Envoi, Smiths Knoll and The Interpreter’s House, and was recently...
David Hurn was born in England in 1934 of Welsh parentage. It was as a freelancer that he gained an international reputation for his reportage of the Hungarian Revolution in 1956. He later gave up current-affairs coverage for a more personal perspective on photography. He became a member of the...
David Kennedy was born in Leicester in 1959 and currently lives in Sheffield where he researched a doctorate on ideas of community in the work of Douglas Dunn, Tony Harrison and Seamus Heaney. He was co-editor of The New Poetry (Bloodaxe, 1993) and his poems, essays and reviews have been published...
David Llewellyn was raised in Pontypool and is a graduate of Darlington College of Arts. As well as his four novels for Seren he has written scripts for the BBC and several short stories. David lives and works in Cardiff. His most recent novel A Simple Scale was shortlisted for the Polari Prize...
David Lockwood (- 2005) was a clergyman who lived close to Clyro in the heart of ’Kilvert Country.’ He was a vice-president of the Kilvert Society and researched his subject over many years. His biography of Kilvert was published to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Kilvert’s birth; he also edited...
David Thomas was brought up in south Wales but now lives in Powys. Formerly an academic, social researcher and senior manager, he has published widely with Routledge on community development and social welfare. He has also written a number of books on Dylan Thomas, published by Seren.
David Nash is an internationally acclaimed sculptor, based in Blaenau Ffestiniog, north Wales. His work can be found in major collections around the world.
David Parry-Jones (25 September 1933 – 10 April 2017) was a long-standing Welsh sports broadcaster, and the author of many books on rugby. He had been an analyst of sport for BBC Radio 5.