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Ibrahim & Reenie

by David Llewellyn

Ibrahim is a young Muslim guy walking from Cardiff to London. He has his own reasons, and his own mental and physical struggles to deal with along the way. What he hadn't counted on was a chance meeting with...


Sean Tyrone: A Symphony of Horrors

by Mark Ryan

Sean O'Brien left his wife and son in county Tyrone to find work as a collier in the South Wales Valleys. He last posted money and a letter from somewhere called Aberuffern (the mouth of hell). Years later Niamh...


Beyond the Pampas: In Search of Patagonia

by Imogen Rhea Herrad

Beyond the Pampas is an exploration of the lives of the descendents of nineteenth century Welsh settlers in Argentina. Herrad discovers a fascinating melding of Welsh and Spanish language cultures through which...


More for Helen of Troy

by Simon Mundy

More for Helen of Troy, Simon Mundy's new collection of poems from Seren, is suffused with the atmosphere of the landscapes that inspire him, the lush countryside of Powys, and a number of islands all over the...


On Becoming A Fish

by Emily Hinshelwood

Emily Hinshelwood's new poetry collection, 'On Becoming a Fish' was inspired by a series of walks around the 186 mile Pembrokeshire coastal path in West Wales, known for its spectacular views from cliffside...


Bird Blood Snow

by Cynan Jones

Hoping to give him a better start in life, Peredur's mother takes him from the estates. But when local kids cycle into his life he heads off after them, accompained by the notion of finding Arthur - an absent,...


See How They Run

by Lloyd Jones

Small-minded academic Dr Llwyd Mcnamara has a grant to research Wales' biggest here, rugby star Dylan Manawydan Jones - Big M. But as he plays with USB sticks in his office, the gods have other plans… Lloyd...


Witch

by Damian Walford Davies

With the narrative pull of a novel and the vibrancy of a play for voices, Damian Walford Davies's Witch offers a thrilling portrait of a Suffolk village in the throes of the witchcraft hunts of the mid-seventeenth...


Lightning Beneath the Sea

by Grahame Davies

Already well-known for his prizewinning Welsh-language poetry and fiction, and for his scholarly non-fiction, Grahame Davies has now produced his first collection of poems in English. Using a native warmth and...


Clueless Dogs

by Rhian Edwards

Brave and beautiful, this remarkable debut collection of poetry features the edgy, modern voice of an urban female. From poems of a fraught childhood in Bridgend, south Wales—where a sensitive child escapes...


Big Low Tide

by Candy Neubert

In Candy Neubert’s novel ‘Big Low Tide’ set on a small island in the Channel, Brenda, a feisty barmaid at the local pub suddenly finds herself raising her two young boys alone as her estranged husband,...


After Brock

by Paul Binding

One December night after watching his mother perform in the Mikado with a local amateur dramatics society, Pete meets the attractive and flamboyant misfit Sam, and his infatuation is instant. They begin a tempestuous...


Jack the Ripper: The Hand of a Woman

by John Morris

The Jack the Ripper murders of 1888 continue to exert a macabre hold on the collective imagination of the masses more than a century later, and this book, the result of extensive research, sheds some light on...


Inroads

by Carolyn Jess-Cooke

Intelligent and humorous, this debut collection showcases multi-faceted and often paradoxical poetry from a talented female writer. Touching upon various topics—from the versatility of language and modern cable...


A Place of Meadows and Tall Trees

by Clare Dudman

A commentary on an oppressive colonial system that people fled from in order to start a new life, this historical novel examines the hardships suffered by Welsh colonists who settled in Patagonia. Following...


The White Trail

by Fflur Dafydd

Cilydd’s wife Goleuddydd, who is nine months pregnant, seems to vanish into thin air at a supermarket one wintry afternoon. Cilydd convinces his cousin, Arthur—a private eye who has never solved a single...