Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Gary Ley is a sculptor's assistant, who lives in Rhossili on the Gower. Taking Ronnie to the Pictures was a runner-up in Seren's First Novel Competition.
Geoff Mungham (- 2004) was a Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Journalism Studies, Cardiff University. He was a former Cardiff City Councillor and Secretary of the ’Cardiff Says Yes’ Campaign Group.
Geraint Talfan Davies has been at the centre of Welsh cultural life – in both languages – for over thirty years. He was a newspaper journalist, and a senior executive in ITV, BBC and the arts before becoming the embattled Chairman of the Arts Council of Wales. He is currently chairman of Welsh...
Gil Courtemanche (1943-2011) was born in Montreal and became a journalist in 1962, with Radio-Canada. He created, edited and hosted a variety of radio and tv journalism programmes and helped found Le Jour. His tv films included works on the Rwandan genocide and on AIDS in Africa, both of which...
Gladys Mary Coles, the leading authority on the subject, is President of the Mary Webb Society. Her earlier, now unavailable, biography, The Flower of Light (1978), was an acclaimed pioneering study and is recognised as the standard work on Mary Webb. She is also the editor of the Selected Poems of...
Glenda Beagan lives in Rhuddlan, Denbighshire. She was educated at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth and at the University of Lancaster. She has published three collections of stories for Seren, The Medlar Tree, Changes and Dreams and The Great Master of Ecstasy. She has also published a...
Glyn Jones (1905-1995) was a poet, short-storywriter and novelist. Born in Merthyr Tydfil into a Welsh-speaking family, his education was entirely in English and he became a teacher in Cardiff and Bridgend. In addition to three novels, three volumes of stories and a posthumous Collected Poems, he...
Graham Clifford was born in 1973 in Portsmouth and grew up in Wiltshire. He studied Fine Art and then Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. He has been published in numerous literary magazines such as: Poetry Wales, The Rialto, Magma, and London Magazine. Graham has been commended in...
Graham Mort has had a lengthy career as a freelance writer and artist in education, specialising in innovative combined arts projects. He has taught writing courses for the Arvon Foundation and Taliesin Trust and was director of studies for the Open College of the Arts, extending distance learning...
Grahame Davies is a poet, novelist, editor and literary critic, who has won numerous prizes, including the Wales Book of the Year Award. He is the author of 15 books in Welsh and English, including: The Chosen People, a study of the relationship of the Welsh and Jewish peoples; The Dragon and the...