David Cameron was born in Glasgow in 1966, and grew up in the nearby new town of East Kilbride. The son of an engineer and a laboratory technician, David naturally turned out to be a poet.
His short novel and stories were published in 2000 as Rousseau Moon, which was chosen by leading reviewer Robert Nye as one of his four Books of the Year in The Scotsman newspaper.
David then moved to Amsterdam where he taught Dutch military personnel at the time of the publication of the report, Srebrenica: a ‘Safe’ Area, and worked as a writer-editor in the cultural sector, among other things reporting on a conference on the Balkans in the Peace Palace of the Hague.
He lives with his wife and their three children in County Leitrim, Ireland. Two collections of poetry and a study guide to Samuel Beckett are, as they say, 'forthcoming'.
This member has not published any books.