Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Lloyd Rees is a Senior Lecturer in English and Education in Swansea. In addition to his novels for Seren, Don’t Stand So Close and The Show-Me State, he is a published poet and co-editor of the magazine Roundyhouse.
I am a portrait artist originally from London, now living in the upper Swansea Valley. I take my inspiration from the Pre-Raphaelites and the painters of the Renaissance. Skill in drawing, and in the subtle and accurate use of colour, are vital to me as an artist. I want my portraits not only to...
Louise Walsh lives in Cardiff where she also works as an Essential Skills teacher. She has always loved writing and boxing and is a member of Cardiff Writers’ Circle. Fighting Pretty is her first novel.
Lucien Jenkins was born in 1957. He was educated at Cambridge and London Universities and is currently editor of Early Music. His edition of the Collected Poems of George Eliot was published in 1989. He has translated poems by Rilke, Baudelaire and others.
Lucinda Coxon was born in Derby in 1962. She has written plays for and worked with writers' groups at a number of theatres including Loose Exchange Theatre Co., the Royal Court, Tricycle, Cockpit and Bush Theatres. Waiting at the Water's Edge has been performed at the Bush Theatre as well as the...
Lucy Gannon is an award-winning screenwriter and playwright based in Wales. She was awarded an MBE for services to television drama in 1997. In 2000 she received the Women In Film and Television ‘Contribution to the Medium’ Award. In 2013 she won an RTS WofE award for Best Writer: Drama, Factual or...
The author of sixteen plays, Lucy Gough has also been a scriptwriter on Hollyoaks for Mersey TV. Her plays are much broadcast on radio. For more information please go to www.Lucy.Gough.care4free.net
Lynne Hjelmgaard was born in New York City and lives in London. She taught Creative Art for children in various schools and institutions before she started writing poetry. She left the States in 1990 for the second time and has been living permanently in the UK since 2011. As a result of crossing...
Lynne Rees was born, educated and worked in Port Talbot. She has had careers in banking, antiquarian bookselling, publishing and now writing. She took an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Glamorgan and has published novels, short stories and poetry. She runs a website/blog – www.lynnerees...