• Waterfalls of Stars recounts the author’s ten years spent as a warden on isolated Skomer, caring for the Island’s important bird and seal populations, dealing with periods of isolation and hardship. This is an inspiring and entertaining book, the perfect read for anyone in need of an escape.

    Escape to Skomer island with Rosanne Alexander
In Reality, Jean Portante
Jean Portante
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<p>Jean Portante is a lyric poet, and also one who has something to say to an international audience. As a Francophone Luxemburger of Italian descent, his poetry works at the spaces between European cultures and is concerned with themes of identity, politics, language, Europe, the divide between politics and everyday life. This dual language...
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Everything I Have Always Forgotten, Owain Hughes
Owain Hughes
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<p><em>&quot;Read it for its vivid portrait of a childhood characterised by parental &#39;benign neglect&#39;, its flow of bravura anecdotes, and its entertaining glimpses of the Hughes family, their relatives and famous friends.&quot; - Richard Poole<br /><br />Everything I Have Always Forgotten </em>...
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Edging the Estuary, Peter Finch
Peter Finch
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<p>In the Middle Ages the port of Cardiff stretched from Chepstow to Gower. Peter Finch, archetypal Cardiffian, sets out to explore his heritage, walking the Welsh side of the Severn Estuary and reclaiming his personal memories in addition to discovering the lives of others. And with a detour to Maismore, the highest tidal point of the...
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Phil Cope
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<p>The border country between Wales and England is a fertile place in many senses. Settled for millennia, one of the few links we have with early man here are their surviving pagan, pre-Christian wells. Sacred wells have played an important part in the culture and landscape of the region, and continue to do so. Following his books on wells...
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Ibrahim and Reenie, David Llewellyn
David Llewellyn
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<p>Ibrahim is walking from Cardiff to London. He has his reasons and he&rsquo;s not doing it for charity. What he hasn&rsquo;t counted on is bumping into seventy-five-year-old cockney Reenie doing the same thing, before he&rsquo;s even reached Newport.</p><p>With her life&rsquo;s luggage in a shopping trolley,...
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The Pembrokeshire Murders
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<p>The story of Operation Ottawa, the cold case detection of John Cooper for two Pembrokeshire double killings: the Scoveston Manor murder of Richard and Helen Thomas in 1985 and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path murder of Peter and Gwenda Dixon in 1989. Detective Chief Superintendent Steve Wilkins tells how he gathered a specialist team to...
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The Harp in Wales, Bruce Cardwell
Bruce Cardwell
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<p>A celebration of the harp in Wales, an instrument as symbolically key to a Welsh identity as the flag itself. Foreword by Catrin Finch.<br /><br />Bruce Cardwell provides a history of the harp in Wales, including how it grew to prominence, its evolving role in Welsh culture, how it became a central symbol of Welshness, how it...
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Red Devon, Hilary Menos
Hilary Menos
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<p><strong>&lsquo;Her poems bring as powerful a sense of farm, animal and land as the best work of Ted Hughes.&rsquo; &ndash; PN Review</strong></p><p><strong>&lsquo;</strong><strong>Robust, relevant, witty, technically adept writing.&rsquo; &ndash; Artemis Poetry</strong...
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Yanick Lahens
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<p>Port au Prince, Haiti. The police roam the streets and no-one is safe. Fignolé, musician, political radical is missing. His sisters Joyeuse and Angelique search for their young brother amid the colourful bustle, urban deprivation and political tension of the city. Eventually they will find him, but in the process they will also have found...
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Metropoetica, Zoe Skoulding
Zoe Skoulding
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<p>What does writing poetry have in common with <strong>walking </strong>in the <strong>city</strong>? In <strong>translating poetry</strong>, what lost paths, dark alleys and chance connections are encountered? How do these change the maps by which cities are known and by which new poetries may be...
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Air Histories, Christopher Meredith
Christopher Meredith
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<p>Christopher Meredith&rsquo;s <em>Air Histories</em> starts in the Stone Age and ends in the future. It&rsquo;s marked by formal diversity and a wide range of subjects, with the personal alongside the impersonal and the experimental alongside well-known forms, as well as including some translations from the Welsh....
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Francesca Rhydderch
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<p><strong>Winner of Wales Book of the Year, English Language Fiction 2014</strong><br />Francesca Rydderch has been shortlisted for the BBC Short Story Award 2014<br /><br />This is a story of war told from the edges. Four interweaving accounts relate the intimate havoc wrought by military conflict on...
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The Rivalry of Flowers, Shani Rhys-James
Shani Rhys James
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<p>Includes contibutions from William Packer, Francesca Rhydderch and Edward Lucie-Smith.<br /><br />A book of new paintings and works by Shani Rhys James, one of Britain&rsquo;s leading and most distinctive artists. Her latest work has developed a lighter palette to deal with new subjects of flowers and colourful patterned...
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Shadow Dispatches, Polly Atkin
Polly Atkin
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<p>These atmospheric and keenly observational poems offer us a slant perspective on everyday things and events: the ugliness of an elderly mute swan; or a group of migraine sufferers forming a fellowship and holding regular meetings. Poems addressing the complexity of contemporary relationships sit alongside those riffing on traditional...
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All the Souls, Mary-Ann Constantine
Mary-Ann Constantine
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<p>Two doctors and a folklorist meet in northern Brittany in 1898, determined to prove that leprosy still exists. But their ardour for collecting evidence draws them into a dark, watchful landscape where superstition is rife. Many of the stories in <em>All the Souls </em>hover round themes of &lsquo;collecting&rsquo; and...
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Marianne Burton
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<p>This is a startlingly good debut by Marianne Burton. Often dark, but with a sharply concise and compelling style, these poems draw you in with a &lsquo;look at this!&rsquo; urgency. This is a collection of voices: dodos and wallpaper chant obsessively, a cheese weeps for the calf whose milk it stole,&nbsp; a woman turned into...
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God Loves You, Kathryn Maris
Kathryn Maris
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<p><br />&#39;There&#39;s a delicious sense of both open-mindedness and devilry in Maris&#39;s work. Her company is quirky, stimulating and sparklingly intelligent. You could say she&#39;s like Sylvia Plath with added chutzpah. But, really, Kathryn Maris is like no-one but herself.&#39; <strong>&ndash;...
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RS Thomas: Poems to Elsi
Damian Walford Davies
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<p>Celebrate the R. S Thomas centenary with this excellent volume that draws together 52 poems (2 previously unpublished) by Thomas to his wife, the distinguished artist Mildred E&nbsp; Eldridge - known as Elsi - from early meditations on their relationship to the elegies following her death.<br /><br />This revelatory...
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The Scattering, Jaki McCarrick
Jaki McCarrick
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<p><strong>Shortlisted for the Edge Hill Prize, 2014</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&quot;...an amazing body of work...this book deserves tremendous success and a very wide readership.&quot; <strong><em>&ndash; <a href="http://rereadinglives.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/the-...
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Poetry and Privacy, John Redmond
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<p><em>Poetry and Privacy</em> questions a set of relationships &ndash; critical, authorial, and existential &minus; between poetry and the public sphere. Its main contention &minus; that readings of British and Irish poetry rely too often on a thesis of public relevance &minus; arises out of a more general...
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The Beatles; Anthology
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<p>&quot;You can guarantee higher-profile Beatles nostalgia this year, but little will be as thoughtful.&quot; <strong><em>&ndash; The Independent</em></strong><br /><br />&quot;This collection of poetry is a poignant reflection of British life following the explosion of &ldquo;...
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The Chapels of Wales
Huw Owen
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New Stories from the Mabinogion – The Complete Box Set
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<h3><strong>First Edition and Signed Copies exclusive to Seren </strong></h3><p>In New Stories from the Mabinogion ten great authors have taken the Celtic myth cycle as a starting point to give us masterly re-workings with a modern twist in a series both various and wonderful. We have reached the orbit of Mars, the...
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Beyond the Pampas, Imogen Rhia Herrad
Imogen Rhia Herrad
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<p>Much in this book, particularly in the second half, absorbed and fascinated me. By the end I felt like I had discovered the indigenous roots of Patagonia along with Herrad.<em> <strong>&ndash; New Welsh Review</strong><br /><br />Beyond the Pampas</em> is an entrancing and highly unusual account of...
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