Lloyd, Karen

Karen Lloyd is the writer in residence with Lancaster University’s Future Places Centre. Her most recent book, Abundance: Nature in Recovery (Bloomsbury, 2021) was longlisted for the James Cropper Wainwright Prize for Writing on Conservation in 2022. She has published two award-winning books with Saraband, The Gathering Tide: A Journey Around the Edgelands of Morecambe Bay (2015) and The Blackbird Diaries (2017). She has been commissioned by the BBC and her poetry has been published by Wayleave Press and Corbel Stone Press. Her essays and poetry are published on Lit Hub and Ink Sweat and Tears amongst others.

  Karen is editor of Curlew Calling Anthology (2017) North Country: an Anthology of Landscape and Nature (Saraband, 2022) and associate editor for The Wolf; Culture, Nature and Heritage (Boydell and Brewer, 2023). She teaches on Lancaster’s MA in Creative Writing and lives in the English Lake District.

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