Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
R D Cook was a founding member of staff at Brockwood Park School in Hampshire. He then trained as a therapist and developed and managed a range of intensive programmes for serious offenders with the Probation Service. He also worked as supervisor of counselling and trainer with several Westminster...
R.S. Thomas (1913-2000) was one of the leading poets in post-war Britain, the foremost English language poet in Wales and the outstanding religious poet of his time. The author of over twenty collections of poetry, he was nominated for the Nobel Prize.
R.W. Jones is author of Lonely's Game. His other novels include Saving Grace, Cop-Out, The Green Reapers and Seeds in the Wind.
Raymond Garlick was Principal Lecturer in English Studies at Trinity College, Carmarthen. Poet, co-founder and editor of The Anglo-Welsh Review, he was a pioneer researcher into the history of English language writing in Wales, and author of the influential An Introduction to Anglo-Welsh Literature...
Rebecca Perry was born in London in 1986. She graduated from the Centre of New Writing at The University of Manchester in 2008 with a master's degree in Creative Writing and now lives and works back in London.Rebecca has had work recently published in Iota, Smiths Knoll, The Manchester Review and...
Rhian is a multi-award winning poet. Her first collection of poems Clueless Dogs (Seren) won Wales Book of the Year 2013, the Roland Mathias Prize for Poetry 2013 and Wales Book of the Year People’s Choice 2013. It was also shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2012. Her...
Rhian Elizabeth was born in 1988 in the South Wales Valleys. She writes mostly fiction and her first novel, set in those valleys, was Six Pounds Eight Ounces, published by Seren in April 2014. More recently, her short stories have been published in various anthologies, and she is currently...
Rhiannon Hooson was born in Mid Wales in 1979, where she lived until moving to the north of England in 1998. She studied and later taught at Lancaster University, where she was awarded first an MA in Creative Writing (with Distinction), then a PhD in Poetry. Her first pamphlet, This Reckless Beauty...
Rhodri Jones grew up speaking Welsh, English and German. For the past two decades he has travelled widely in Central America, Europe, Africa and the Far East, building up an astounding photographic portfolio with images ranging from the mountains of Albania to the cities and deserts of China.
Rhys Davies (1903-1978) was an important and prolific novelist and writer. A friend of D.H. Lawrence, his fiction is notable for its strong women characters and exploration of human emotion.