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David Armand (author)

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Occupation  novelist
Role  Writer
Name  David Armand
Subject  fiction, Louisiana
Nationality  North American

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Books  The Pugilist's Wife, Harlow

David Armand (born 1980) is an American writer of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. He has published three novels, The Pugilist's Wife, Harlow, and The Gorge. He has also published a collection of poems, The Deep Woods, and a memoir titled My Mother's House.


  • 2016 St. Tammany Parish President's Literary Artist of the Year
  • 2016 Southeastern Louisiana University President's Award for Excellence in Artistic Activity
  • Gambit Magazine "40 Under 40" Recipient
  • 2015 Southeastern Louisiana University College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Alumnus of the Year Award
  • The Gorge named a finalist in Foreword Reviews Independent Book Awards
  • Selected as a contributor to the 2014 Sewanee Writers' Conference
  • Harlow named a top five fiction book of the year (2013) by The Richmond Times-Dispatch
  • Harlow longlisted for the 2013 SIBA Book Award
  • The Pugilist's Wife named a New & Noteworthy Book by
  • The Pugilist's Wife named one of five "Hot Reads" by the New Orleans Times-Picayune in March 2012
  • The Pugilist's Wife named the winner of the 2010 George Garrett Fiction Prize
  • References

    David Armand (author) Wikipedia

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