David Lloyd

David Lloyd, Distinguished Professor of English at the University of California, Riverside, is a poet, playwright, and critic, working primarily on Irish culture and on postcolonial, settler-colonial, cultural, and aesthetic theory. His poetry collections include Arc & Sill: Poems 1979–2009 (Shearsman, 2012) and The Harm Fields, which was recently released by Georgia Review Books. His play, The Press/Le Placard (2018), is available in a bilingual edition from Presses Universitaires du Midi. Lloyd’s most recent critical books include Counterpoetics of Modernity: On Irish Poetry and Modernism (Edinburgh University Press, 2022), Under Representation: The Racial Regime of Aesthetics (Fordham University Press, 2019), and Beckett’s Thing: Painting and Theatre (Edinburgh University Press, 2016).

David Lloyd

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All the waves arrive bereft of their refugees, the trees abolish even their ruins, amassed in the chamber of zeroes. There is nothing there to be filled: you could grow […]

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