Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Sam Boardman-Jacobs is Reader in Theatre and Media Drama at the University of Glamorgan where he jointly runs the MA in Scriptwriting.
Samantha Wynne Rhydderch was born in 1966 and comes from a seafaring family in New Quay, West Wales. She studied Classics at Cambridge and Creative Writing at Cardiff University. In 1996 she received an award to write her first pamphlet, Stranded on Ithaca, (Redbeck Press, 1998). Widely published...
Sandra Anstey is Assistant Director of the WJEC National Language Unit of Wales, and author of a doctoral thesis on R.S. Thomas's poetry.
Sarah Corbett was born in Chester, raised in rural north Wales, and educated at the Universities of Leeds and East Anglia, where she obtained a masters degree in poetry on the prestigious writing programme. Her most recent collection is Other Beasts (2008), which follows the acclaimed The Red...
Writer and scholar Saunders Lewis (1893-1985) is one of the most significant and controversial figures in Welsh life of the last century. A founder of the Welsh Nationalist Party, Lewis went to prison and sacrificed his academic and artistic career for the cause.
Sean Street is a writer and broadcaster. He is the author of six collections of poetry and has had four plays performed in the last decade, including Honest John (1993) which celebrates the life of the poet John Clare. Sean Street has written books on Hampshire, Dorset, the Bournemouth Symphony...
/*-->*/ Shani Rhys James MBE is one of Wales’ leading painters, who has been awarded an MBE for services to art. Born in Australia she was trained at London’s St Martin’s College of Art and has been living and pursuing her art in Wales for over 30 years. Her work has garnered many awards...
Sheenagh Pugh is known to thousands of poetry readers for 'Sometimes', her much anthologised 'poem on the underground' and for her Selected Poems, a set text in schools. Sheenagh has published nine collections of poetry and translations plus a Selected Poems and a sort of mini-Selected, two novels...
Sian Best was a leading force in the anti-Barrage campaign. She currently works as a librarian in Cardiff.
Brought up and educated in West Wales, Siân James is the author of twelve novels, including Love and War, Return to Hendre Ddu, and Storm at Arberth, and two collections of short stories. She has twice won the Yorkshire Post Prize for fiction and her novel A Small Country was filmed as the award-...