Author: David Homel

David Homel was born in Chicago in 1952 and left in 1970 for Paris, living in Europe the next few years on odd jobs and odder couches. He has published eight novels, from Electrical Storms in 1988 to The Teardown, which won the Paragraph Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction in 2019. He has also written young adult fiction with Marie-Louise Gay, directed documentary films, worked in TV production, been a literary translator, journalist, and creative writing teacher. LUNGING INTO THE UNDERBRUSH (Linda Leith Publishing, 2021) is his first book of non-fiction. He lives in Montreal.

Lunging into the Underbrush: A Life Lived Backward
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Lunging into the Underbrush: A Life Lived Backward

Linda Leith Publishing

In 1970, David Homel escaped the American draft by moving to Paris. But a hiking accident in Spain led to a harrowing journey through botched surgeries, opiate addiction, the loneliness of a crippled traveler, and the constant pain that would define...

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