Half Drunk Muse Poetry


Alexandre Amprimoz

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.


Orphans and Bastards Winter 2005

About HDM

Half Drunk Muse was one of the first poetry ezines. It was founded in 1999 and ceased publication in 2006.

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