Bio & Author Photo

Short Bio 

 

Al Rempel’s books of poetry are ThIs Isn't the Apocalypse We Hoped For,  understories, and two chapbooks: Four Neat Holes and The Picket Fence Diaries. His poems have also appeared in journals such as The Malahat Review, CV2, and Event as well as in various anthologies He can be found at http://alrempel.com/

 

 

Long Bio 

 

Al Rempel’s books of poetry are This Isn't the Apocalypse We Hoped For (Caitlin Press, 2013),  understories (Caitlin Press, 2010) and two chapbooks: Four Neat Holes (Leaf Press, 2016) and The Picket Fence Diaries (Lipstick Press, 2010). His poems have also appeared in various journals including The Malahat Review, GRAIN, CV2, Event, as well asin anthologies such as The Best Canadian Poetry in English, 2011, Rocksalt, 4Poets, and Half in the Sun. More information can be found at http://alrempel.com/. Rempel currently lives in Prince George where he teaches at a high school. He enjoys creating videopoems in collaboration with local artists.

 

Author Photo (please credit Jayson Hencheroff, Focal Point Studios)

 

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