Al Rempel is currently an alternate teacher in Prince George, where he lives with his wife and daughter. His poems have been published in The Malahat Review, GRAIN, in the online journals Reflections on Water and stonestone, and anthologized in Rocksalt, Half in the Sun, Forestry Diversification Project, and Down in the Valley.
This week we celebrated Indigenous-authored books with READ INDIGENOUS, whooped and hollered for the Governor General's Literary Awards nominees, discovered new poetry, and more.
It seems like everyone and their Uncle now has an apartment full of succulents and air plants. It’s no wonder: they’re almost kill-proof – requiring little water – and pretty, besides. In an attempt to green up our HQ and pay homage to some of our favourite books, we’ve ... Read more
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