Poet, fiction writer, and critic David Lloyd is the author of eleven books, including four poetry collections: The Everyday Apocalypse (2002), The Gospel According to Frank (2009), Warriors (2012) and The Body’s Compass, forthcoming from Salmon Poetry, Ireland, in 2021. He published three works of fiction: Boys: Stories and a Novella (2004), Over the Line (a novel, 2013), and The Moving of the Water (2018). His edited anthologies include Imagined Greetings: Poetic Engagements with R. S. Thomas, Other Land: Contemporary Poems on Wales and Welsh-American Experience, Writing on the Edge: Interviews with Writers and Editors of Wales, and The Urgency of Identity: Contemporary English- Language Poetry from Wales. In 2000, he received the Poetry Society of America’s Robert H. Winner Memorial Award. In 2001 he was a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar in residence at Bangor University, Wales. In 2016 he received the M. Wynn Thomas Award for outstanding academic work in the field of Welsh Writing in English. He returned to Wales in 2021 as a Fulbright scholar at Cardiff University. He directs the Creative Writing Program at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY.