Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Paul Groves was brought up in Wales, to which he has returned after living for twenty-five years in the Forest of Dean. He has been strikingly successful in national and international competitions and has published poetry and criticism in a wide range of periodicals, including London Magazine,...
Described by the late U.A. Fanthorpe as 'a poet's poet' who combines 'a sense of the music of words with an endlessly inventive imagination', Paul Henry came to poetry through songwriting. Born in Aberystwyth and now based in Crickhowell, his work has been widely anthologised and regularly appears...
Paul Spicer is Organist at Lichfield Cathedral and Professor of Choral Conducting at the Royal College of Music. He is an acclaimed composer in his own right. Visit his website at www.paulspicer.com
Peter Benson is the author of twelve novels, and winner of the Guardian Fiction Prize, the Encore Award and the Somerset Maugham Award. He has also published short stories, screenplays and poetry, and his work has been adapted for television and radio, and translated into several languages. His...
Peter Finch is a poet, author and critic who lives in Cardiff.  He is author of the hugely popular Real Cardiff  books, published by Seren and series editor for the 'Real' series. The latest in the series, Real Cardiff; The Flourishing City, was published in May 2018. Finch’s numerous poetry titles...
Peter J. Conradi is English Professor Emeritus at Kingston University. He is an author and journalist, and is known as the official biographer of Iris Murdoch, whose essays and letters he also collected and edited, in separate volumes. He has also written a study of Murdoch’s novels. In addition,...
Peter Jones was born 1952 in Tremadog, Gwynedd. During the 1970s he worked as a letter-cutter in the Jonah Jones workshop. He worked as an editor in BBC Monitoring in Reading for 21 years, specialising in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, and also worked on secondment at the Foreign and...
Peter Lloyd's plays include The Scam (Seren), The Touch, written for London's Bush Theatre, and I've Been Eddie Mostyn. His work can also be seen on television.
Peter Phillips runs runs a PR and marketing company. He is the author of Humanity Dick, a Biography of Richard Martin.
Peter Stead was born in Barry in 1943. He was educated at Barry and Gowerton Grammar Schools and at University College, Swansea. He has twice been a Visiting Fulbright Scholar in the USA, at Wellesley College, Massachusetts, in 1973-4 and at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 1988-9...