Hi there. I'm Christopher Louvet.

Skills and experience

  • Product design and management
  • Cloud architecture design and implementation
  • Software engineering management
  • Information systems design and management
  • Building and leading remote teams
  • Full stack software engineering

I currently have limited availability for new engagements. Inquire by email.

I created Ledgeromatic, a creative writing submission tracker.

Ledgeromatic helps creative writers track where they submit their work. It keeps writers organized, reveals submission patterns and costs, and shows where to submit next.

The minimalist interface works well on any browser: desktop, tablet, or mobile. It gets out of your way to make submission bookkeeping painless by requiring only a few clicks or taps to create or update a submission, and it's always available no matter where you are.

Built by a writer for other writers, Ledgeromatic values data portability and privacy. There's no third-party tracking or advertising. If you have any questions or suggestions, please email me at support@ledgeromatic.com.

I worked at E&E News and POLITICO.

From 2003 until 2021, I created the technological solutions that enabled E&E to produce original and compelling journalism on energy and environment issues to keep top decisionmakers in government, business, NGOs and academia informed and ahead of the curve. Over the years, I crafted resilient systems, innovative internal products, and a lean, remote-first software engineering team while E&E grew to be an absolute juggernaut and the dominant voice in its issue area.

POLITICO acquired E&E News at the very end of 2020. I contributed to what directors and managers there called the smoothest technology transfer of their careers.

I designed, developed, edited, and published Floating Wolf Quarterly

Floating Wolf Quarterly is an online literary magazine that featured poetry chapbooks in a uniquely readable format suited to electronic devices.

FWQ paired established and emerging writers for each edition. Contributors include recipients of MacArthur, Guggenheim, and Wallace Stegner fellowships. Many of the emerging poets, after appearing in FWQ, have since published their first books.

The magazine was active from 2010 until 2014.

Elsewhere

I can be found on Twitter, GitHub, and LinkedIn. Email me to say hi.

I split my time between Vermont and Hanoi, Vietnam.

I write.

My poems have appeared or are forthcoming in the following publications: