Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Harri Webb (1920-1994) was one of the most popular poets in Wales and a plangent cultural commentator. He wrote extensively on literary and political subjects over three decades, in the Western Mail and several magazines. Writing from the political left, Webb was impatient with the Welsh...
Born in Nantwich, Cheshire, Helen lives in rural Ireland and works as a drama therapist.  Her first novel, Swimming on Dry Land, was born out of a period of residency in Australia.  Helen’s passion for the Australian landscape has inspired her writing ever since.  Her second novel, A Time of...
Herbert Williams is a writer of poetry, fiction, biography, TV and radio scripts. He was an award winner in the Rhys Davies Short Story Competition 1995 and was awarded a Hawthornden Poetry Fellowship in 1992. He currently lives in Cardiff.
Hilary Llewellyn-Williams was born in Kent but made her home in west Wales for a number of years, before moving recently to Pontypool. Widely published, she has read her work in a variety of venues and taught in schools, workshops and seminars. She has also travelled in Europe and North America....
Hilary Menos was born in Luton in 1964, studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Wadham College, Oxford, then worked as a food journalist and restaurant critic in London before moving to Devon to renovate a Domesday Manor. She now runs a 100 acre organic farm near Totnes with her husband and...
Horatio Clare (b. 1973) is a writer, radio producer and journalist. Born in London, he and his brother Alexander grew up on a hill farm in the Black Mountains of south Wales. Clare describes the experience in his first book Running for the Hills (John Murray 2006) in which he sets out to trace the...
Hugh Adams has written and published extensively on the visual arts for over thirty years. Art critic for The Guardian, he was head of Critical and Theoretical Studies at Humberside University and first director of the Mostyn Art Gallery. At present he is chair of Cywaicth Cymru and a member of...
Dr Huw Owen is a former keeper of Pictures and Maps at the National Library of Wales. He is an active member of the Presbyterian Church of Wales, and of Chapel – the Welsh Chapels Heritage Society, and is a trustee of the Welsh Religious Buildings Trust. His Welsh language survey of Welsh chapels,...