Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
P.C. Evans is a poet and translator of Dutch drama, two of whose translations were staged by Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic.
Pascale Petit was born in Paris, grew up in France and Wales and lives in London. She has published six collections of poetry. Her latest book Fauverie is shortlisted for the TS Eliot Prize. Five poems from it won the 2013 Manchester Poetry Prize. Her fifth collection What the Water Gave Me: Poems...
Photographer, writer and painter, Patricia Aithie has twenty-five years experience of living and travelling in the Middle East and beyond.  She has previously published the landmark photography and travel book, Yemen, Jewel of Arabia.
Born in Cardiff, Patrick Corcoran was educated at Atlantic College, St Donats, and at Bristol University. He has won several prizes for his short stories, and was a finalist in The Daily Telegraph short story competition. He works for the Family Court Advisory Service, and is married with three...
Patrick Hannan was a writer, broadcaster and journalist. During his career he was Industrial Editor of The Western Mail and for thirteen years he was the BBC's Welsh Political Correspondent. As a television producer he  made documentaries for BBC2, BBC Wales and HTV. For many years he was a regular...
Patrick McGuinness is a Professor of French and Comparative Literature at Oxford University and a Fellow of St Anne’s College where he has taught since 1998. He lives in North West Wales. His poetry is published by Carcanet and he has won an Eric Gregory Award, the American Poetry Foundations...
Paul Binding is a novelist, critic, poet and cultural historian. He studied English Literature at Oxford University and has written over ten books including: Lorca: The Gay Imagination, My Cousin the Writer and Imagined Corners. Paul has a particular interest in the American South and Scandinavia....
Paul Clements is a contributing editor to Fodor’s Ireland and to Insight Guide Ireland. He has written travel articles about New York, Venice, Croatia and London as well as many parts of the south of France and Ireland. His work has been published in the Irish Times, Irish Examiner, Escape travel...
Paul Deaton was born in London and raised in Wales. He was runner-up in the Arvon International Poetry Competition 2010 and winner of the SaveAs Writers International Poetry Prize 2016. His work appears regularly in The Spectator, is included in York Notes for GCSE study guides and is featured in...
Paul Flynn MP was the Spectator 'Backbencher of the Year', 1996. His work on social and transport legislation is much admired, while his forthright views on the constitution, sleaze, drugs (legal and illegal), and the mis-selling of pensions are well known.