POETRY AND FICTION

 

NEW STORY COLLECTION

 

SUNY Press 2018

POETRY AND FICTION

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REVIEWS OF DAVID'S BOOKS

 “Lloyd’s poems are a journey of the spirit. They aim, in the words of his sestina on St. Peter, to ‘listen well’. … David Lloyd’s intense, spare, final poem gives brief entry into a place very close to heaven.”

ALLISON BRACKENBURY

POETRY WALES

Lloyd captures the simultaneously singular and universal conflicts in the lives of adolescent boys in a collection of stories set in upstate New York in 1966. In spare, direct prose, Lloyd depicts scenes that frequently skirt the edge of danger, both social and physical.

ANDREW KRIVAK

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PAUL ZIMMER

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