Alfred Depew


About The Teacher

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Alfred Depew is the author of The Melancholy of Departure, winner of the Flannery O’Connor Award, A Wedding Song for Poorer People, an INDIEFAB Book of the Year finalist, and, most recently, Odalisque, a novella set in Quebec City in the heady days of Les Automatistes and their Refus global after World War II. He has taught at the University of Vermont, the University of New Hampshire, the Maine College of Art, the Salt Center for Documentary Studies, and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. He currently serves on the faculty of the Center for Right Relationship. He lives in Vancouver, BC, where he maintains a private practice in leader development, interfaith spiritual direction, professional supervision, life coaching, EFT Tapping & Matrix Re-imprinting, evolutionary astrology, and dreamwork. He may be reached through his website:




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