Fri., Feb. 7, 2013, 7:00 PM with Pat Lawler: ArtRage Galley, 505 Hawley St., Syracuse. Sponsored by Stone Canoe Journal.
Tues., Sept. 17, 2013, 7:00 PM: Barnes and Noble Bookstore, 3454 Erie Boulevard East, Dewitt David Lloyd will introduce and read from his new novel Over the Line at the Barnes and Noble Bookstore (3454 Erie Boulevard East, Dewitt). Books will be available for purchase and signing.
Thurs., Sept. 26, 5:00 PM: Reilley Room, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY (with Welsh poet Mike Jenkins)
David Lloyd is the author of these nine books, available at amazon.com and elsewhere:
Over the Line, a novel, from Syracuse University Press (2013)
an anthology of poetry, Imagined Greetings: Poetic Engagements with R. S. Thomas from Gwasg Carreg Gwalch (Wales, UK, 2013).
Warriors, a poetry collection, from Salt Publishing (2012).
Warriors was one of 4 finalists in the poetry category for the CNY Book Awards, recognizing "the best published poetry, fiction and nonfiction by Central New York authors."
the original Gospel According to Frank (New American Press, 2002). More information.
The Everyday Apocalypse, a poetry chapbook (Three
Conditions Press, 2003). More information.
The Urgency of Identity: Contemporary English-language Poetry from Wales, a poetry anthology (Northwestern UP, 1994). More information.
In 2000 David Lloyd received the Poetry Society of
America’s Robert H. Winner Memorial Award, judged by W. D. Snodgrass. In 2001 he was a Distinguished Scholar
Fulbright Award for residence at the University
of Wales, Bangor,
UK. At Le Moyne College
he held the Rev. Francis J. Fallon, SJ, Professor endowed chair, 1998-2001 and
the Rev. Kevin G. O’Connell, SJ, Professor in the Humanities endowed chair, 2005-2008.
He served as poetry editor for DoubleTake/Points of Entry and as fiction editor
for the 2008 issue of Stone Canoe: A Journal of Arts and Ideas from Upstate New
York. His stories, poems, articles, and interviews, have appeared
in numerous magazines including Colorado Review, Crab Orchard Review, Denver
Quarterly, Planet, and TriQuarterly. His critical work focuses on contemporary Irish and Welsh poetry in English.