Louis Armand (Author)
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October 01, 2018
4.72 X 7.48 X 0.28 inches | 0.26 pounds
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About the Author
Louis Armand was born in Sydney, Australia, in 1972. Since mid-1994 he has lived and worked in Prague, where he teaches seminars at the Philosophical Faculty of Charles University and edits the x-poezie chapbook series. His essays, poetry and short prose have been published in journals internationally, as well as in two anthologies: Infernal Cinders (1993) and The Zone (1994). In June 1997 Armand was awarded the Max Harris Prize for poetry at the Penola Festival, in Adelaide. His publications include, Inexorable Weather (Arc Publications), The Garden and Strange Attractors, (both with Salt), and Land Partitions and Malice in Underland (both with Textbase).