Seren Events Archive

The latest news on Seren’s books, authors, events and prizes.

Join editors Ella Frears and Aaron Kent for the launch of a new anthology of Cornish poetry, with readings from many of the contributors, among them Seren poet Katrina Naomi. Katrina has published two collections for Seren, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me (2016) and Wild Persistence (2020) and her recent work has been broadcast on Radio 4’s Front Row, Poetry Please, BBC TV Spotlight and on Poems on the Underground. Doors open from 5.00pm and the event will run from 5.30-7.00pm. Booking is required. Further details and tickets (pay what you can), are only available via Eventbrite.

Katrina Naomi will be in conversation with poet Seán Hewitt, discussing his memoir All Down Darkness Wide. Katrina has published two collections for Seren, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me (2016) and Wild Persistence (2020) and her recent work has been broadcast on Radio 4’s Front Row, Poetry Please, BBC TV Spotlight and on Poems on the Underground.  Tickets: £8.00. For further information and to book visit: www.edgeoftheworldbookshop.co.uk

31/07/2022 - 15:30
Solva

Join Daniel Butler,  a freelance writer and journalist since 1989, who specialises in rural and environmental issues. Daniel's particular passions are birds of prey, edible fungi and forestry and he has published six books about nature and the countryside.  His most recent book, The Owl House (Seren 2020), is an evocative and informative book which can only have been lived to accrue the stories and observations of the natural world which it contains. For further information about the festival and to book visit: www.edgefestival.co.uk

31/07/2022 - 13:30
Solva

Join Euron Griffith for a reading from his first novel in English, Miriam, Daniel and Me (Seren 2020). He will also about the book in general and then will read a short passage from his forthcoming novel The Confession of Hilary Durwood. Born in Bangor, Euron has  published three novels in Welsh and an English language short story collection. He lives in Cardiff, where he works as a radio and tv producer and plays in a band. For further information about the festival and to book visit: www.edgefestival.co.uk

Join us at Launceston Town Hall as Katrina Naomi reads from her most recent collection Wild Persistence (Seren, 2020), The Way the Crocodile Taught Me (Seren, 2016) and Same But Different co-authored with Helen Mort (Hazel Press, 2021). Ticket: Pay what you can. Suggested ticket price (which can be paid as a donation): £5. For further information and to book visit: www.thelittleboxoffice.com For further details of the festival visit: www.causleytrust.org

Join Katrina Naomi and stretch your writing muscles with some wonderful fresh poetic forms. We'll be reading lots and writing lots. Bring a notebook and an open mind. Katrina has published two collections for Seren, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me (2016) and Wild Persistence (2020) and her recent work has been broadcast on Radio 4’s Front Row, Poetry Please, BBC TV Spotlight and on Poems on the Underground. Ticket: Pay what you can. Suggested ticket price (which can be paid as a donation): £15. For further information and to book visit: www.thelittleboxoffice.com For further details of the...