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  • Cuspby Graham Mort

    Seren 2011; US$ 13.11

    'Cusp', this new collection from Graham Mort, features many of the qualities readers have come to admire; keen observation, a feeling for the natural world that echoes and enhances the human interactions in his poems, the sense of the individual as part of a larger society of which we are implicitly responsible. New here is a different sort of line,... more...

  • Inroadsby Carolyn Jess-Cooke

    Seren 2010; US$ 11.65

    Shortlisted for the London Festival Fringe Prize for the Best First Collection of Poetry 2010. This debut collection from Seren, Inroads, showcases a startling new talent. Carolyn Jess-Cooke has a sophisticated poetic intelligence as well as a great sense of fun. The opening piece, ?Accent?  where ?stowaway inflections and locally-produced slang/have... more...

  • The Dreams of Max & Ronnieby Niall Griffiths

    Seren 2010; US$ 11.65

    Iraq-bound young squaddie Ronnie takes something dodgy and falls asleep for three nights in a filthy hovel where he has the strangest of dreams. He watches the tattoed tribes of modern Britain assemble to speak with a grinning man playing war games. Arthurian legend merges with its twenty-first century counterpart in a biting commentary on leadership,... more...

  • Second Chanceby Sian James

    Seren 2011; US$ 8.74

    Having returned home to Wales for her mother's funeral, actress Kate Rivers is overwhelmed by her past and forced to take stock of her life. From nursing her depressed mother as a child, through to her successful career and relationship with handsome photographer, Paul. past and present bombard Kate as she revisits the cottage and village in which... more...

  • Selected Poemsby Sheenagh Pugh

    Seren 2012; US$ 11.65

    Here is the best of Sheenagh Pugh?s early work: a generous and wide-ranging selection from her first four collections, together with two dozen previously unpublished pieces Notable inclusions are the prize-winning 'M.S.A' and 'Intercity Lullaby', and the much-anthologised 'Sometimes.' Throughout, a lively and enquiring mind is brought to bear on how... more...

  • The Dylan Thomas Murdersby David N. Thomas

    Seren 2002; US$ 10.14

    Waldo: a loner, an obsessive, the son of a famous writer - but which one? His mother Rosalind: did this old lady really work for MI5? Rachel: poet, Jew, Quaker - why is she taking such risks for the sake of friendship? Martin: her husband: retired academic, amateur detective, who is tested to the limit by events past and present in his new home in... more...

  • Onceby Andrew McNeillie

    Seren 2009; US$ 14.57

    Once is the journey from boyhood to the threshold of manhood of poet Andrew McNeillie. From an aeroplane crossing north Wales the middle-aged writer looks down on the countryside of his childhood and recalls an almost fabulous world now lost to him. Ordinary daily life and education in Llandudno shortly after the war are set against an extraordinary... more...

  • Jack the Ripper: The Hand of a Womanby John Morris

    Seren 2012; US$ 10.14

    The Jack the Ripper murders of 1888 continue to exert a macabre hold on our imagination. Among the first serial murders, their brutality and bizarreness, and the seeming impossibility of detection have a terrible fascination. What kind of person could have performed such horrific deeds, and could have overstepped the boundary of what marks humankind?... more...

  • The Book of Idiotsby Christopher Meredith

    Seren 2012; US$ 13.11

    Aristotle said, "After coition, all animals are sad." Well I'm not.' In The Book of Idiots, tipsy, sick Wil Daniel tells the narrator, Dean, a tale that may be a ghost story or a romance, a farce or a tragedy. Meanwhile we get glimpses of Dean?s own half-lived life, and those of friends and colleagues. These threads develop into a dark, offbeat and... more...

  • The Gospel of Usby Owen Sheers

    Seren 2012; US$ 13.11

    In The Gospel of Us, Owen Sheers reimagines as fiction his play The Passion, a three-day dramatisation set in the streets, beaches and clubs of Port Talbot, co-directed by and starring Michael Sheen. Sheers? novella is told through the eyes of a Port Talbot boy who one morning stumbles upon a stranger in the windswept dunes, singing songs to the... more...