The latest news on Seren’s books, authors, events and prizes.
12 January 2011 - 08:17 pm
All next week the BBC Radio 4's Today programme will broadcast one poem by each of the ten poets on the TS Eliot Prize shortlist - listen out for Seren poets Pascale Petit (17th January) and John Haynes (24th January). They will also have a feature on the BBC Radio 4 Today website, where two poems per poet can be listened to.On Sunday 23rd January 2011, the eve of the judges' decision, the T S Eliot Prize Readings will be staged at the Southbank's Royal Festival Hall and all shortlisted...
9 December 2010 - 12:42 pm
THE GREATEST STORY EVER (RE) TOLD Seren are offering readers the chance to buy a limited edition set of signed copies of all the four novellas in the series to date, at a specially reduced price of £30.00 (£24, if you join our online bookclub) More details "Seren's series of new stories inspired by the Mabinogion may be the greatest service to the Welsh national epic since Lady Charlotte Guest" The Guardian 2010
3 December 2010 - 09:22 am
John Barnie will launch his latest title Fire Drill: Notes on the Twenty-First Century, published by Seren. Hot off the press, it is sure to attract attention because of its hard hitting style. The 'Green Room', 41 John Street Porthcawl - Sustainable Wales office. 3 December 8pm £3
30 November 2010 - 04:24 pm
'When I asked my dad about Warrenpoint' from Siobhan Campbell's book Cross-Talk, has been chosen by the Forward judges for inclusion in The Forward Book of Poetry 2011 just out from Faber. This poem was first published by Bernard O'Donoghue in Oxford Magazine. Siobhan is giving a Christmas reading from her work on December 16th at Galway City Library, 7.30pm, as part of Galway's Over the Edge Reading Series.
29 November 2010 - 10:09 am
Join Mike Jenkins Moor Music and Paul Henry The Brittle Sea at our final First Thursday poetry session of 2010. Followed by an Open Mic session for all poetry enthusiasts to showcase their work. 2nd December, 7.30pm. Media Point Room, Chapter Arts Centre, Canton Cardiff. £2 entry. First Thursday is supported by Academi.