Louis Armand lives in Prague and lectures on literary theory and art history in the Philosophy Faculty of Charles University. His work has appeared widely in international journals including Sulfur, Meanjin, Poetry Review and Stand, as well as in numerous anthologies including Infernal Cinders (Kangaroo, 1993), The Zone (UNEASA, 1994) and Calyx: 30 Contemporary Australian Poets (Paper Bark Press, 2000). His publications prior to Inexorable Weather (Arc 2001) include Seances (Twisted Spoon Press, 1998), The Viconian Paramour (x-poezie, 1998), Anatomy Lessons (x-poezie, 1999), and Synopticon (with John Kinsella: Mudlark, 2000); since Inexorable Weather, two further collections have been published, The Garden (Salt Publishing 2001) and Land Partition (Textbase, 2001).
Louis Armand was awarded the Max Harris Prize for Poetry (Adelaide) in 1997 and the Nassau Review Prize (New York) in 2000. He is editor of PLASTIC (SEMTEXT), a member of the editorial board of Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge and Strange Attractions, and is poetry editor of The Prague Revue.