Angela Kempe is an author and musician who graduated from Berklee College of Music with a degree in songwriting and received her masters degree in vocal performance from California State University, East Bay. Her prolific adult contemporary songwriting style has influences of salsa, country, and jazz and blues. A track from her debut album “Small Town Heart” (2013) titled “House of Cards,” was remixed and produced by Stuart Epps (Elton John) and her cd was featured on KBZQ Lawton, OK radio in an hour long interview along with her memoir, Lupin. Angela’s music has brought her to every corner of America. Her newest EP, “Snow Day,” was released November 2016 with the title track “Snow Day” placing in the 2016 Song of the Year contest.

Angela’s self-published memoir, Lupin, gives a riveting depiction of her struggle with domestic violence and sexual abuse and won the Ellen Taliaferro Scholarship to the San Francisco Writer’s Conference in 2010. She speaks out about her recovery from PTSD and depression in her community, with renowned national organization, RAINN, and on her website http://www.thelupinhouse.org. Angela’s debut science fiction novel, Mother of the Wolves, is currently in the publication process. Angela enjoys writing science fiction.