Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
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...
Kathryn Simmonds’ first book of poetry ‘Sunday at the Skin Launderette’ won the Forward Prize for best first collection in 2008. She is a graduate of the Creative Writing MA at the University of East Anglia. Love and Fallout is her first novel and was a finalist in the Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize...
Kathy Miles was born in Liverpool, but has lived for some years near Lampeter, where she is a librarian at the university.
Katrina Naomi received an Authors’ Foundation award from the Society of Authors for work on her third collection, Wild Persistence. She has a PhD in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths College. Katrina’s recent work has been broadcast on Radio 4’s Front Row, Poetry Please, BBC TV Spotlight and on Poems...
Keith Jebb was born in Shropshire, but lives now near Oxford, where he is a freelance writer and lecturer.
Kevin Morgan is a Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University. He was Chair of the National 'Yes for Wales' Campaign and a member of the panel which selected Labour's list of approved candidates for the National Assembly.
Born in South Wales in 1947, Kevin Sinnott is a contemporary Welsh artist with a truly international reputation. He trained at The Royal College of Art, and remained in London during the 70s and 80s, building a successful career, exhibiting at several leading galleries, and in major galleries in...
Kim Moore lives in Barrow, Cumbria. She completed her doctorate in Poetry and Everyday Sexism at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2020. Her poems have been published in the TLS, Poetry Review, Poetry London, and elsewhere. She regularly appears at festivals and events, her prize-winning...
Kirmen Uribe (born Ondarroa, Basque Country, 1970) is one of the most significant writers of his generation in Spain. He won the National Prize of Literature in Spain in 2009 for his first novel Bilbao–New York–Bilbao, a work of originality that was received as a literary event. It has been...