Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Neil Corcoran is Professor of English at the University of Liverpool and the author of many books and articles on twentieth century English literature.
Originally from Pen-Y-Bont, Carmarthen in West Wales, Nerys Williams has published her original first collection of poetry Sound Archive (2011) with Seren. Nerys is a native Welsh speaker and had worked as a Sound Librarian at BBC Wales and is a recipient of a Fulbright Scholar's Award at UC...
 Nia Davies took over the editorship of the international quarterly Poetry Wales in Spring 2014 and is involved with Literature Across Frontiers. 
Nia Williams is a freelance writer and musician, born in Cardiff and now living in Oxford. Her published work includes short fiction and two novels - The Pier Glass and Persons Living or Dead. Persons Living or Dead was long-listed for the Wales Book of the Year in 2006. Her short stories have been...
Nia Wyn has worked as a journalist in Wales and in London and is currently taking an MA in creative writing at Cardiff University. Her lyrical memoir Blue Sky July was featured widely when released by Seren in October 2007. It reached the prestigious top 25 band on the bestseller list at amazon.co....
Niall Griffiths lives near Aberystwyth, and has published seven fiction books to date. His 2004 novel, Stump, won the Welsh Book of the Year Award. He has been published by Bloomsbury and Cape and his work continues to receive strong critical acclaim throughout the UK. Niall is also the author of...
Nicholas Murray, Author
Nicholas Murray is a biographer, novelist, poet and literary activist. He has written on Chatwin, Huxley, Marvell, Victorian travellers, the Great War poets; plus two novels and Real Bloomsbury (2010) and Crossings: A Journey Through Borders (2016) for Seren. He has reviewed for the Independent and...
Nick Lambert lectures on Digital Art and New Media in the Dept of History of Art and Screen Media at Birkbeck College, University of London. His interests include contemporary visual culture, and the general history of art and architecture. He has also worked with the Victoria & Albert Museum...
Nigel Jenkins (1949 - 2014) was born on a farm in Gower, Wales.  He was a poet, a prize-winning prose writer, and was joint editor of the UWP Welsh Encyclopaedia. He wrote about the Gower, and the impact of the Welsh in India in the award-winning Khasia in Gwalia. He was a lecturer in English at...
Norena Shopland has a Master’s degree in heritage studies and has worked for the British Museum, National Museums Scotland and the Museum of London among others. Now living back in Wales she has worked with leading heritage organisations including National Museums Wales, Glamorgan Archives and...