Seren Events

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

Thursday 23rd April, 12:00 to Friday 31st July, 21:00

This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your poetry via Skype on a one-to-one basis with poet and tutor Jonathan Edwards, wherever you live. Booking now for dates up to the END OF JULY 2020. Jonathan runs one-hour sessions on a date and time suitable to you.​. During the call, you will have opportunities to discuss strategies for further developing your writing, problems you may be experiencing, and ways to take your work forward. The cost is £50 for Poetry Society Members, £60 for non members. For further information and to book visit or call Paul McGrane on 020...

Monday 13th July, 18:00

Sarah Wimbush will be at the next online meeting of Puzzle Poets reading from her debut pamphlet Bloodlines.  Find out more on their website here or register your interest by emailing 

Wednesday 15th July, 20:00 to 21:30

On Wednesday 15th July, Ouse Muse will be hosting Tamar Yoseloff for their online monthly meeting. Tamar will be reading poems and discussing the writing of her new collection The Black Place.  Register your interest through their Facebook event here.  Buy the book so you can think of questions to ask Tamar on the evening: The Black Place

Thursday 16th July, 19:00

Seren and Cardiff Hubs & Libraries are delighted to host poets Catherine Fisher, Rhian Edwards and Katherine Stansfield for an online reading from their latest collections. Please RSVP to to receive the link. Hosted by Seren in conjunction with Cardiff Hubs & Libraries. The Bramble King by Catherine Fisher includes poems on imaginary planets and princes, on the summer solstice, on drawing, on a glass shop and a clockwork crow: rich tales with imaginative twists and unexpected characters.  The Estate Agent’s Daughter by Rhian Edwards is acute and wryly...

Thursday 30th July, 19:30

On Thursday 30th July, Seren are delighted to host the virtual launch for Euron Griffith's new novel Miriam, Daniel and Me.  His first novel in English, it is a gripping story of relationships and simmering political unrest in 1960s Gwynedd, driven by love, jealousy and vendetta. Jon Gower will be leading the conversation with Euron on the night and actress Rakie Ayola will be performing readings from the book.  To register your interest and receive the details for the event, please email