David Anthony Durham
David Anthony Durham (Fiction, Popular Fiction)is the author of six novels: The Sacred Band, The Other Lands, Acacia (John W Campbell Award Winner, Finalist for the Prix Imaginales), Pride of Carthage (Finalist for 2006 Legacy Award), Walk Through Darkness (NY Times Notable Book) and Gabriel’s Story (NY Times Notable Book, 2002 Legacy Award Winner). His novels have been published in the UK and in French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. Three of his novels have been optioned for development as feature films. His recent short fiction appears in Fort Freak, It’s All Love, and Intimacy: Erotic Stories of Love, Lust, and Marriage by Black Men. He has reviewed for The Washington Post, The Raleigh News & Observer, and has served as a judge for the Pen/Faulkner Awards. David received his M.F.A. in creative writing from the University of Maryland.
The Other Lands (Doubleday, September 2009)
Acacia: The War With The Mein(Doubleday, June 2007)
Pride of Carthage : A Novel of Hannibal (Doubleday, January 2005)
Walk Through Darkness (Doubleday, April 2002)
Gabriel's Story: A Novel (Anchor Books, 2001)