John Downing was the pre-eminent press photographer of his generation. His sixty-year career took him to wars and hotspots around the world. His memoir, Aperture, offers a unique insight into life behind the lens during the 20th century; the golden age of photojournalism and one of the most interesting periods of world history. Available now.
Discover Hay-on-Wye as you’ve never seen it before. In this latest addition to the Seren Real Series, poet Kate Noakes writes an affectionate portrait of a place famed for its bookshops and Festival and discovers that this border town is not as familiar as we might think. Available now.
Delirium is the new collection of short prose by award-winning author Robert Minhinnick. In classic Minhinnick style, it opens with his father’s diary kept in Burma during World War II, and the author telling stories to his mother in her care home. Characteristically broad ranging in thought and style, with a poet’s eye for the telling image and ear for the lyrical, Delirium is a kaleidoscopic book which provokes and intrigues. Available now.