Ed Luker is a poet, writer and scholar who currently lives in London. He is the author of three chapbooks, Peak Return (Shit Valley Press, 2014), Headlost (Rivet Press, 2014) and The Sea Together (Materials Press, 2016). In 2016 his prose-poem exploring detainment and the ideology of the British state, Universail Attainment Centre was shortlisted for the Book Works Semina Series prize judged by Stewart Home.

Ed is currently studying for a PhD at Northumbria University, working on the politics of attention in the poetry of J. H. Prynne, Charles Olson and Ezra Pound. He holds a BA in Philosophy and English Literature and an MA in Critical Theory from the University of Sussex. Samples of his academic writing can be found on his academia.edu page.

To contact him send him an email at edvard.lvker at gmail.com

Photo courtesy of Joel Duncan.