Paul Vreeland grew up in Winsted, Connecticut, a small mill town nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires, destroyed by the Flood of ‘55. He later moved to Canada, and while he has lived in Haiti and in west Africa, Prince Edward Island is his home base. Paul’s work has appeared in Grain Magazine, CV2, The Toronto Quarterly, and All Rights Reserved. Two of his chapbooks: Hydrostone Quartet (2005), and Mother-in-Law Suite (2011)have been published, and recently The Caribbean Writer offeredhis short-story “Smoked Herring and the Talking Dog” in both English and French. He recently served as an editor of in memoriam volumes for the Bahá’í World Centre in Haifa, Israel.

Paul’s has won several Island Literary Awards and his photography has earned prizes in the PEI Photo Club Show.

Paul is proud to be a member of TWiG, a writers group meeting weekly in Charlottetown. He contributed two works of fiction to the TWiG Blooms (2009) anthology, and his photographs have graced A Gathering of Twigs (2013).