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Mark C. Lloyd

Mark C. LLoyd is a published Poet and produced Playwright who resides in Lockport, New York.

As a Playwright, Director, board member and production consultant he has worked with many theater companies in the Buffalo, N.Y. area. 

To date he has directed over two dozen of his own stage plays.

May of 2006 he won an award from the Theatre Association of New York State for Writing "Hollywood Dreams-A Monologue”.

In 2009 Mark received an award for Directing, one of is own Plays,  from the Theatre Association of New York State.

Mark has been the featured poet and host at numerous Poetry events and has self-produced

several artistic and theater productions. 

He has had several of his One Act Plays with Alleyway Theater’s Buffalo Quickies festival. 

Mark is also a member of Alleyway Theatre’s Playwright’s Circle. 

His self-published Poetry chap book from 2010 “Warm Blooded Mornings” and is still available for sale (Somewhere?).  

2012 his miniature book “It’s The Place You’ll Find Me” was published by Destitute Press.

In 2013 his book “Unfinished Suite: Poetry & Prose” was released by No Frills Publishing and is described as “… Lloyd has mastered the art of living in each moment. He captures and brilliantly documents the details of those moments that most take for granted, as if he sees the future and recognizes the fortune in front of him. He breathes life into every day human interactions.”

“Breakfast With You:  A Collection of Poems” was released 2015 by No Frills Publishing demonstrates insight and emotion combined with Lloyd's artistic style. LLoyd's voice is resounding as his words flow from the page. "I want to be there in the morning when you wake up to freshly brewed coffee and say hello to the world. I want to have breakfast with you."

He is presently working on a novella and two books of his produced Plays and a book of Poetry and Plays on one of his favorite subjects:  Benches.  

Mark has two Facebook Poetry pages, “Western New York Poets” and “Love, Lust and … Erotica”

He is also a writer for the on line site

Mark also host own Podcast “The DarkRoom” at

He is presently working on a novella and two books of his produced Plays and a book of Poetry and Plays

of one of his favorite subjects:  Benches. 

Mark continues to interview the many talented artistic people of Western New York for




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August 20, 2014

Buffalo's Bruce A. McCausland is a busy man.

BWW Interviews: Writer and Photographer Sinead Tyrone
August 5, 2014

BBW Interviews: Actor Scot A. Kaitanowski of Shakespeare in Delaware Park's HENRY V
June 30, 2014

BWW Interviews: Poet Jeffrey Charles Naish
June 25, 2014

When did you first know you had a talent for Poetry?

Summer Stages: BWW's Top Summer Theatre Picks in Buffalo, NY
June 3, 2014

Buffalo, New York has a heavy traffic of the arts during the fall, winter, spring and now with summer approaching it's still a busy time.

BWW Interviews: Actress Dacia Dunnigan
May 5, 2014

Buffalo, New York has plenty to offer when it comes to the artistic world.

BWW Previews: ART of WNY's New Production of SHINE
April 28, 2014

The American Repertory Theater of WNY concludes the highly acclaimed 2013-14 season with a world premiere of the original work, SHINE, written by Matthew LaChiusa on April 24th and runs until May 17th.

BWW Interviews: Playwright MATTHEW LACHIUSA
April 3, 2014

March 12, 2014

Alleyway Theatre's Buffalo Quickies is an annual festival of original one act plays that is celebrating its twenty-third year.

BWW Interviews: Do You Know Peter Vullo?
February 17, 2014

BWW Interviews: Fred Whitehead of 'Dog Ears Book Store & Cafe'
January 27, 2014

In the South towns of Buffalo, New York, rests a small independent non-profit book store ironically named 'Dog Ears Book Store & Cafe'. Down stairs the glossy wooden floors enhanced an already organized environment. A newly added cafe and a space upstairs for artistic events and classes makes for a spot that you couldn't help but feel comfortable in.

BWW Reviews: Poetry in the Arctic Winter Blast of Buffalo, NY?
January 6, 2014

Poetry In Buffalo's Winter

BWW Reviews: Buffalo's 'Art in a Box' - The First Half of Their Season
January 2, 2014

In the Buffalo, New York area we are rich with theater and the arts.

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