In Naomi Krüger’s absorbing debut novel, elderly May can’t piece together the past or even make sense of the present, but she revisits what she knows again and again. The boy, the letter, the secret. She can’t grasp what they mean, but maybe the people she’s loved and lost can uncover the mystery. Pre-order May now.
The latest news on Seren’s books, authors, events and prizes.
11 December 2015 - 12:18 pm
Paul Henry is one of 15 winners of this year's Creative Wales Award. The awards, presented by the Arts Council of Wales, recognise the very best talent and potential of individual Welsh artists applying annually for this development opportunity.
9 December 2015 - 02:23 pm
Michael Kerr has featured Jasmine Donahaye’s Losing Israel as one of his most highly rated travel books in the Telegraph article, Christmas books 2015: the best for the armchair traveller.In Michael’s words:“Donahaye is an Israeli raised in Britain who discovered by chance that her family had colluded in the eviction of Palestinians in 1948. Losing Israel moves between the damp of rural Wales (where she lives now) and the desert; it weaves together...
18 November 2015 - 10:29 am
Anne Lauppe-Dunbar, author of Dark Mermaids, joined Jamie Owen on BBC Radio Wales to discuss her debut novel and its subject matter– doping in sport. Anne's interview aired on Sunday 15th November, but you can still listen to the radio show in full, here.