Louis Armand

Louis Armand is a writer and visual artist who has lived in Prague since 1994. He has worked as an editor and publisher, and as a subtitles technician at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, and is an editor of VLAK magazine. He is the author of seven collections of poetry (most recently, Letters from Ausland, Vagabond: 2011; and, in collaboration with John Kinsella, Synopticon, Litteraria, 2012, introduced by Pierre Joris) and a number of volumes of criticism (including The Organ-Grinder's Monkey: Culture After the Avant-Garde, Litteraria 2013). Equus Press published his fourth novel Breakfast at Midnight in 2012, described by 3:AM magazine's Richard Marshall as 'a perfect modern noir.' His latest, Canicule, was published in April this year. A new novel, Cairo, will appear in January 2014.

Realism. Four Preludes

1. sleepless thirty days:

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Louis Armand Live at the Globe

[audio:] Louis Armand live at the Globe Bookstore (15:29) Prague, 15 April 2009

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Notes for a Prospectus

Louis Armand is an artist and writer who has lived and worked in prague since 1994. his work has appeared internationally.

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Slow Evenings

… when even words were eaten and behind our backs they were forming a picture an inscription illegible but flawless as that other time when words were still things their melody ringing on the cold, charred ground

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The Weather Glass

evening – we cross a deserted city – it's raining the whole infinite milieu! you tell me the story of democritus in the garden of abdera – it's pitch dark i try to remember details a telephone number date of …

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