Alexandre Amprimoz is a poet, critic, translator, writer and programmer. He teaches Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Books include: A Season For Birds: Selected poems by Pierre Morency. Translation. Toronto: Exile Press, 1990; Venice At Her Mirror: Essay by Robert Marteau. Translation. Toronto: Exile Press, 1990; Nostalgies de l’ange. Ottawa: Editions du Vermillon, 1993. He has recently published poems in: The Antigonish Review, Velvet illusion, Octavo, DMQ, Poet’sCanvas, Dégaine ta rime, Résurrétion, Hélices and LittéRéalité, Triplopia, Sidereality, Fiddlehead, etc. He has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize several times.
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