Luke Allan lives and works in Manchester. He runs the small press sine wave peak, which specialises in concrete and minimal poetry, including recent works by Jerome Rothenberg, Thomas A Clark, and Aram Saroyan. He studied Creative Writing at UEA. While living in England he edited the journal of the Newcastle Philosophy Society and co-founded the poetry magazine Butcher’s Dog. In 2011 he received a Northern Writers’ Award. He works as editorial manager of the poetry press Carcanet.
A chapbook, minimum soft exchange, is forthcoming in late 2015 from MIEL.