Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Grahame Lloyd is a freelance broadcaster and journalist and commentator. He is the author of Daffodil Days, Glamorgan's Glorious Summer, C'Mon City! and Jan the Man the life story of Jan Molby.
Greg Cullen was born into the Irish community in London. He was educated at St. Mary's University College, Strawberry Hill, studying Drama, Art and Education. In 1983 he became writer-in-residence with Theatr Powys for whom he wrote a wide variety of plays. In 1987 he founded Mid Powys Youth...
Gwen Davies is a translator from Welsh to English, and a creative editor. Her adaptation of Caryl Lewis' prize-winning novel, published in English as Martha, Jack and Shanco, was released in 2007 with Parthian and she is currently working on another of Caryl's novels, to be published as The...
Gweno Lewis was brought up in Aberystwyth in Wales and was educated at the town's University College. In 1938 she joined Mountain Ash Grammar School as a Deputy Headmistress, from which she retired in 1974 to return to Aberystwyth and the family home. Although they had been at the same university...
Gwyn Parry lived on Anglesey for much of his life before becoming a graphic designer in Cardiff and Aberystwyth. He now lives and works in Dublin.
Gwyn Thomas (1913 - 1981) was a novelist, playwright, broadcaster and raconteur who, by the time of his early death, was widely admired as all these things, in addition to being a much-loved columnist in Punch. Once described as ’the greatest talker in the world’ he was the veteran entertainer of...
Gwyneth Lewis was Wales’ National Poet from 2005-6, the first writer to be given the Welsh laureateship. She wrote the six-foot-high words on the front of Cardiff's Wales Millennium Centre, rumoured to be the largest poem in the world. Gwyneth has published nine books of poetry in Welsh and English...