Signed copies of ‘There’s Only One Danny Garvey’ will be on sale at A State Of Mind’s pop-up shop launch at St James Quarter, Edinburgh.
The cover for David’s sixth book, Dashboard Elvis Is Dead, has been revealed. You can pre-order the book now from the links below:Waterstones SimonandSchuster
David will be appearing at the Newark Book Festival, discussing Music in Fiction.Click link for details
David will be appearing at the Book Nook Festival in Stewarton.Click link for details
David will be appearing at the Readers and Writers Festival, London.Click link for details
David’s sixth book - ‘Dashboard Elvis Is Dead’ - will be published by Orenda Books in December 2022.Click for details
David will be appearing at MODA’s McEwan’s Hall in Edinburgh as part of a spoken word event.
David compiled five books for Grab This Book’s ‘Decades’ Library.Read about his selections here
David features on Eight Albums.click here for details
David is interviewed in Issue 18 of ‘View From The Allotment End’, the North Ferriby FC Fanzine. .click here for details
David’s article, ‘Rangers’ Resurrection Shuffle’ is published in Nutmeg Magazine #23
David appears on WGXC: 90.7FM New York State radio ‘Catskill Cabin Getaway’ programme. .click to listen
David appears on A Celtic State of Mind’s ‘Screamacelica’ programme. .click to listen
David appears on the Over Our Garden Wall Podcast.click to listen to Part 1 click to listen to Part 2
David appears at the launch of George Paterson’s ‘The Girl, The Crow, The Writer And The Fighter’. (Click below to watch. David appears at around 19 minutes in.) .click link
There’s Only One Danny Garvey has been shortlisted for Scottish Fiction Book of the Year, 2021 by The Saltire Society.click link below
David has contributed to ‘A Perfect Reminder, The Story Of The Trashcan Sinatras’ by Craig McAllister.click for details
‘When David met George’: David interviews George Paterson, author of the book, The Girl, The Crow, The Writer and The Fighter.click to watch
David is one of six authors who contributed to a film entitled ‘Love, Ayrshire’, commissioned for the Tidelines Literature Festival.click to view the film
David is appearing at Stereo, Glasgow to support the launch of ‘Voodoo Daze’ by Stephen Watt and Jason Golaup.click for details
There’s Only One Danny Garvey, reviewed by Ian Aspinall.click link
There’s Only One Danny Garvey, reviewed by Late Tackle Magazine.click link
David appears on the Old Firm Facts podcast.click link
David appears on The Mark Thomas ‘Mood Music’ show.click link
David is in conversation with George Paterson at Into Creative for World Books Day.click link
There’s Only One Danny Garvey, reviewed in ‘Football Book Reviews’.click link
David writes for The Guardian: Top Ten Books About Football.click link
David in conversation with Alistair Braidwood, for Scots Whay Hae Podcast.click link
‘Danny Garvey’ is featured in Quick Book Reviews podcast. Episode 92.click link
David, ‘In Conversation’ with Stuart Cosgrove for the launch of There’s Only One Danny Garvey.click link
David appears on BBC Scotland’s Afternoon Show.click link
‘Just a boy’s game’: Review of ‘Danny Garvey’ by Alistair Braidwood.click link
There’s Only One Danny Garvey is published by Orenda Books.To purchase click link
David appears on BBC’s ‘Off The Ball’.Click link
There’s Only One Danny Garvey, reviewed in ‘The Bookbag'.Click link
There’s Only One Danny Garvey features in Compulsive Readers Best Books of 2020.Click link
There’s Only One Danny Garvey, reviewed by Tony J Hill.Click link
David features on Scots Whay Hae!’s Alternative Hogmanay Night In.Click link
David features in Scots Whay Hae’s ‘Best of 2020’ podcast.Click link
‘There’s Only One Danny Garvey’ reviewed by Anne Cater.Click link
The ebook version of ‘There’s Only One Danny Garvey’ is published.Click link for an exclusive reading from the book
‘There’s Only One Danny Garvey’ reviewed by George Paterson for Into CreativeClick link to read more
‘There’s Only One Danny Garvey’, reviewed in The Bert’s Books PodcastClick here to listen
‘The Soundtrack to Danny Garvey’, an interview with Into CreativeRead More
There’s Only One Danny Garvey’, David’s fifth book, will be published in paperback by Orenda Books on 21st January, 2021Click Link to Pre-order
‘There’s Only One Danny Garvey’, David’s fifth book, will be published in e-book format by Orenda Books on 21st November, 2020Click Link to Pre-order
The cover for ‘There’s Only One Danny Garvey’ is revealed.Read More
David’s article ‘The Joyful Kilmarnock Blues (Revisited)’, is published in Nutmeg Magazine #17Click Link to Order
‘Miraculous’, reviewed by John WelshRead More
‘Miraculous’, reviewed by Liam Rudden, The ScotsmanRead More
‘Miraculous’, the film adaptation of The Rise & Fall of the Miraculous Vespas, is available to watch onlineClick Link to Watch
‘Miraculous’, David’s adaptation of The Rise & Fall of the Miraculous Vespas, is to be filmed and released online.Read More
‘Miraculous,’ reviewed by Thom Dibdin, All Edinburgh TheatreRead More
‘Miraculous’ (David’s adaptation of his novel ‘The Rise & Fall of the Miraculous Vespas) will premiere on Ayr Gaiety’s Lockdown Channel, starring Tam Dean Burn, Sarah McCardie and Colin McCredie, and directed by Stuart Hepburn.Click link for booking details
David’s article ‘A Brave New World’ is published by Reform Scotland.Click link
David’s article ‘Artificial Field Of Dreamers’ appears in the Killie Hippo Fanzine.Click link
David is appearing in ‘Banged Up With Razor Cuts Vol.2’. Show premieres at 8pm.Click to watch
David’s love letter to five-a-side football is published in The Guardian.Click to read
David is reading The Last Days of Disco is its entirety throughout April. Produced by Into Creative.Click here for nightly episodes
David appears on Nutmeg Magazine’s podcast Episode 45.Click link to listen
‘Artificial Field of Dreamers’; David’s piece about five and seven-a-side football is published in Nutmeg Magazine #15Click here to purchase
David is appearing at Waterstones, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow as part of the annual Orenda Books UK Roadshow.
David is appearing on the Shoot The Breeze! football podcastClick link to listen
David is appearing at the Dick Institute, Kilmarnock for the Sound of Young Scotland event as part of Book Week Scotland.
‘Because She’s Worth It’, David’s play for Short Attention Span Theatre, is on at the Rum Shack, Glasgow.
‘Because She’s Worth It’, David’s play for Short Attention Span Theatre, is on at the Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh.
David is appearing at the Brain Game for Marie Curie UK, in Glasgow. He will be offering the opportunity to bid to become an actual character in his next book in support of the charity.
David is appearing at The Ramones Museum, Berlin with David Keenan.
David is appearing at Euphorie, Cologne with David Keenan.
‘Schotten Dicht’ (The German translation of ‘The Man Who Loved Islands’) is published by Heyne Hardcore.Click link to order
Book Review: ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’, The Spectator.Click link to read
The Kilmarnock launch of ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’, at Mamitas, Bank Street, Kilmarnock. Moderated by Sergio Burns.
The article: ‘Engineering Archie: The Godfather of Stadium Design’ by David F. Ross is published in the new Nutmeg Magazine #11.Click link to order
David is interviewed by Sergio Burns for Ayrshire Magazine.Click link to read
David will be appearing at ‘JB Barrington & Friends’ promoted by Razur Cuts. The Flying Duck, Glasgow. Doors open 7.30pm.
Read an extract of ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’ in Books From Scotland: The Best of Scottish Books.Click link to read
David is appearing at Love Music, Glasgow in support of Record Store Day.
Book Review: ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’, NB MagazineClick link to read
Book Review: ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’, Raven Crime ReadsClick link to read
Book Review: ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’, The SkinnyClick link to read
Book Review: ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’, The Wee ReviewClick link to read
David’s fourth book, ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’ is published by Orenda Books.Click link to order
The Glasgow launch of ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’, at Waterstones, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Moderated by Alistair Braidwood. 7pm.Click link to view trailer
David will be appearing on the BBC Radio Scotland Afternoon Show, talking to Janice Forsyth about ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’.Click to listen
David will be appearing on BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Off The Ball’ show
Book Review: ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’, Scots Whay Hae.Click link to read
Hear David being interviewed by Carley Schweitzer of Detroit radio station CJAM, talking about ‘Ashes To Activists’.Click to listen
David is one of 16 writers, poets and artists (including Dr John Cooper Clarke, Pauline Black, Murray Lachlan Young, Stephen Watt and John Robb) to have been invited to write a short piece commemorating the 16th anniversary of the death of Joe Strummer. In support of the Joe Strummer Foundation, the publication ‘Ashes To Activists’ can be downloaded from the Foundation’s website.Click here
‘Because She’s Worth It’ – a short piece dramatic piece written by David – features in the Scottish contemporary literature magazine, Razur Cuts Vol VI.To order a copy, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome To The Heady Heights, David’s 4th novel, will be published on 21st March 2018. Now available to pre-order.Click here
The video trailer for David’s new novel, ‘Welcome To The Heady Heights’ has been released, with Chris McQueer narrating, music by Bobby Bluebell and film sequences by David Stirling.Click here for details
David will be appearing at North Ayrshire Libraries Reader's Day, with Denise Mina, Gordon J Brown and Helen Sedgewick.
(tickets/details not yet available online)
‘Chris McQueer and David F Ross in conversation’, Imprint Festival, Dick Institute, Kilmarnock.Click here for details
‘An Evening With David F Ross’ at Ayr Writers Club, Dalkeith Road, Ayr. (Members only)Click here for details
David’s article ‘Oh Bondage, Up Yours’ is published in Nutmeg Magazine, Issue 9.Click here for details
David will be appearing at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
David’s fourth novel, WELCOME TO THE HEADY HEIGHTS, will be published by Orenda Books in March 2019
Photoshoot with Vogue photographer, Tibor Bozi.
David will be appearing (with Bobby Bluebell) at The Lovelace, Munich.
David will be appearing at the launch of Martin Geraghty’s new novel ‘A Mind Polluted’, at Behind The Wall, Falkirk.
David is appearing on Deustchland Radio.
David will be appearing (with The Miraculous Vespas) at Love Music Glasgow’s annual Record Store Day Festival.
Review of ‘Schotten Rock’ in Tracks Magazine.
David will be appearing at the Cologne Literature Festival.
‘Schotten Rock’ (The Rise & Fall of the Miraculous Vespas) is released in Germany, published by Heyne Hardcore (Random House).
The video trailer for ‘Schotten Rock’ has been released.
David will be appearing at the Dick Institute, Kilmarnock in conversation with Alistair Braidwood.