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

6 April 2011 - 09:44 am
David Hurn and John Fuller present Writing the Picture at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. Writing the Picture is a rare collaboration between a leading photographer and an eminent poet. Even more rare, it is a collaboration in which the poet responds to images, rather than a photographer or artists ‘illustrating’ a poem. The book evolved from a previous assignment for The Independent in which Fuller agreed to write about Hurn’s pictures “as long as the ‘captions...
4 April 2011 - 11:58 am
Join Nia Williams for the launch of her latest novel The Colour of Grass. Who did she think she was? Helen's family is falling apart. There will be no answers from her husband anymore and she can't communicate with her grown-up daughter. She's not sure of anything anymore. So she turns to the relatives: the ones who are dead and gone. George & Delila Café, 104 Cowley Road, Oxford,  5.30pm April 5th  2011. Refreshments
31 March 2011 - 04:36 pm
Make Mothering Sunday special with some of Seren's favourite titles: Fiction Mavis Nicholson - What Did you Do in the War, Mummy? or Martha Jane & Me Zillah Bethell - Le temps des cerises & Seahorses are Real Poetry Carolyn Jess-Cooke - Inroads (Shortlisted for the London Festival Fringe Prize for the Best First Collection of Poetry 2010) Hilary Menos - Berg (winner of the Forward Prize for Best First Collection) Anne-Marie Fyfe - Understudies: New & Selected Poems Get...
30 March 2011 - 05:13 pm
Graham Mort's book of Short Stories Touch, has been longlisted for the Edge Hill Short Story Prize. Touch, was published by Seren in 2010, is on this year's long-list with an impressive range of award-winning writers. Touch includes a Bridport prize-winning story "The Prince" and was described by Novelist and Bridport judge Tracy Chevalier as "the writing is word-perfect.. with the story quietly remarking on how something out of the ordinary both does and doesn't affect daily...
29 March 2011 - 12:19 pm
Pascale Petit will be reading from What the Water Gave Me, at the Cheltenham Poetry Festival. A poetry collection containing fifty-two poems in the voice of the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. Some of the poems are close interpretations of Kahlo's work, others are parallels or version homages where Petit draws on her experience as a visual artist to create alternative 'paintings' with words. Saturday 2nd April 1.30-2.30pm YMCA, Swindon Road, Cheltenham GL50 4AZ. Please visit Cheltenham Poetry...