Seren’s Authors

Information on all Seren’s authors.
Timothy Hughes was born in north east Wales and has a long family association with the churches of that area. The Deputy Director of the International Bar Association he lives in London with his wife and son.
Tamar Yoseloff’s collections are Sweetheart (Slow Dancer Press, 1998) which won the Aldeburgh Festival Prize for best first collection, Barnard’s Star (Enitharmon, 2004), Fetch (Salt, 2007), The City with Horns (Salt, 2011) and Formerly, a chapbook incorporating photographs by Vici MacDonald (...
Tessa Jackson is Artes Mundi’s founding Artistic Director.
Tiffany Atkinson was born in Berlin in 1972 to an army family, and lived in Germany, Cyprus and Britain. After studying English at Birmingham University  she took a PhD in Critical Theory at Cardiff, and has lived in Wales since. She lectures in English at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth,...
Tiffany Murray grew up in Wales. She studied at New York University and the University of East Anglia, where she gained her doctorate and taught. Her first novel, Happy Accidents (2005), is the coming-of-age tale of 11-year-old Kate Happy, set on a rural farm on the Welsh-English border, and has...
One of the most exciting artists working in Britain today, Tim Davies was born in Haverforwest in 1960, and has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad, including shows in Australia, Mexico, Hong Kong, Belize, Ireland, Estonia, Poland and Croatia.
Tim Kendall is a lecturer in English at the University of Bristol and an authority on the poetry of Ireland. The editor of the literary and critical magazine Thumbscrew, his study of Sylvia Plath was published in 2001 by Faber.
Tim Liardet was born in London and educated at the University of York. He has travelled extensively and worked in the fields of Information Technology and Marketing. Widely published, he currently works as a freelance writer, editor and tutor.
Tishani Doshi was born in Madras in 1975 to Welsh-Gujarati parents. A poet, dancer and writer, her first novel, The Pleasure Seekers (Bloomsbury) was shortlisted for the Hindu Best Fiction Award, and longlisted for the Orange Prize and the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. Countries of the Body won the...
  Tony Bianchi (1952- 2017) was a native of North Shields, Northumberland and was educated there and at the University of Wales, where he received a PhD for research on the work of Samuel Beckett. He is a Fellow of Yr Academi Gymreig (the Welsh Academy of Writers) and a former Fellow of the...