• We’re currently looking for three new non-executive directors to join the Seren board and support our new strategic direction over the coming three years. If you’re passionate about books and care about broadening the diversity and impact of Wales’ literary culture we want to hear from you. 

    Were particularly interested to hear from those with specialism in Finance, Legal, HR and Innovation. Find out more.

    Join the Seren Board
  • Did you know you can now buy eBooks directly via the Seren website? We have a range of titles across poetry, fiction and non-fiction for you to choose from. Browse eBooks. Our eBook of the month recommendation is Lockdown Wales by Will Hayward.

    eBooks available now
  • Enjoy 20% off all our books


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

2 November 2010 - 12:20 pm
The Mabinogion Series Launch was celebrated in style at the St David's Hotel Cardiff, with all four authors and an enthusiastic audience. Owen Sheers, Russell Celyn Jones, Niall Griffiths and Gwyneth Lewis read and discussed their contemporary adaptations and re-workings of these ancient tales with Seren fiction editor, Penny Thomas.  
21 October 2010 - 10:40 am
Pascale Petit What the Water Gave Me and John Haynes You, have been shortlisted for the T.S Eliot Prize 2010.
7 October 2010 - 09:49 am
Hilary Menos, Berg wins the Forward prize for Best First Collection 2010. Hilary Menos was presented her award during a Ceremony in London's Somerset House. Read Hilary's Blog about the evening HERE
20 September 2010 - 09:16 pm
Join us at an evening to launch Seren's Mabinogion Series. This is an unique opportunity to hear Owen Sheers, Russell Celyn Jones, Niall Griffiths and Gwyneth Lewis discussing their own take on the Mabinogion. In the prestigious settings of the St David's Hotel, the audience will have the opportunity for Q&A and the chance to get all four books signed by the authors. Thursday October 28th,  7pm.Part of BayLit organised by Academi. Tickets £10. Ticket Line 02920 472 266. Early...
17 August 2010 - 10:20 am
Congratulations to Carrie Etter who has won the London Festival Fringe Prize for the Best First Collection of Poetry 2010.