Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Karen Fielding Author
Karen Fielding lives in London and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism from Boston University and an MA in Creative Writing from Goldsmith's College. The chapter "City of Brotherly of Love" was published in Lost on Purpose by Seal Press and the first five chapters published in an...
Karen Ingham was raised in a peripatetic Texan oil family moving across the states and into Germany and Norway before coming to Britain to study for a degree in Creative Photography in Nottingham. Ingham subsequently worked in film and television arts and journalism as a script-writer and director...
Kate Bingham lives in London where she works as a poet and filmmaker. She has published three collections of poetry for Seren, Cohabitation, Quicksand Beach (shortlisted for the 2006 Forward Prize for Best First Collection) and Infragreen. Her poem 'On Highgate Hill'  was shortlisted for the 2010 ...
Kate Brown is a filmmaker and writer. Her films 'Julie & Herman' and 'Absolutely Positive' have been shown at film festivals and on television in Europe and the USA. Her short stories have been published by the Bristol Short Story Prize and Cinnamon Press, The Swansea Review, Litro and other...
Kate Johnson was born in Manchester, but has lived more recently in Anglesey and Cardiff. The poems in her first collection Gods explore the richness and ambiguity of a woman’s life, others portray rural Wales in a vivid and refreshingly direct manner.
Kate Roberts (1891 - 1985)  was born in Rhosgadfan near Caernarfon, in Wales’ slate-quarrying heartland. Widely regarded as the twentieth century’s outstanding Welsh-language novelist, she defined Welsh fiction for decades, and as publisher, critic and political activist had a huge influence on...
Katha Pollitt is an American poet, essayist, and a prominent columnist for The Nation. She has won many prizes and awards for her work including the National Books Critics Circle Award for her first collection of poems, Antarctic Traveller, as well as for the American edition of this book; two...
Katherine Stansfield grew up in Cornwall. She studied with Matthew Francis, Damian Walford Davies and Tiffany Atkinson at Aberystwyth University and is recognisably of their ‘school’ of writers.  Her reviews of contemporary fiction and poetry have appeared in New Welsh Review, Poetry Wales and...
Born in Caerphilly, Wales in 1973 and raised in Swansea, Kathryn Gray studied German and Medievalism at the Universities of Bristol and York. She received an Eric Gregory Award in 2001 and her poems have appeared in the TLS, The Independent, Poetry Review, Poetry Wales and other major journals. She...
Kathryn Maris is from New York City. She has won a Pushcart Prize, an Academy of American Poets award and fellowships from the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and Yaddo. She lives in London, where she teaches creative writing and writes essays and reviews. God Loves You is her second...