Luke Brown is the author of the novels My Biggest Lie (2014), and Theft (2020), and has had short fiction published in the White Review, Mal, London Magazine and The Fence.
Luke works part-time as a lecturer and part-time as a publisher. He commissioned fiction for the prizewinning small press Tindal Street Press, and later as deputy editor of Granta magazine.
He works now as the publishing director of the Serpent's Tail imprint, and arranges the Centre for New Writing's programme of visiting speakers from the publishing industry and book world. He reviews books for the Financial Times, London Review of Books, Times Literary Supplement and New Statesman.