Pilgrimage: Exploring France's Ancient Pilgrim Towns

Be inspired! Pilgrimage explores France's ancient towns on the Santiago Pilgrim's Way. Relive the journey with poetic affection and bite, lovingly written, with a vibrant and passionate pen. You'll want to see Conques, Decazeville, Pont St Espirit and Espalion for yourself.
Commentators say Pilgrimage is “beautiful poetic writing", written with “Inspired metaphor”, “to a breathless walking rhythm More

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Words: 8,750
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301468218
About G McDougall

After extensive travel and teaching expérience, Garry won Australian ecoturism, commmunity project and literary prizes and grants for his co-creation of the official NSW Bicentennial 'Great North Walk' and proprietorship of Great Australian Walks. His creative work, extending over many years includes
* numerous photography and painting exhibitions
* poetry performance and articles in major and literary contexts
* ten eBooks and six paperbacks, including two novels.
His novels include 'Belonging' (fictional-biography of a 'black doctor' in colonial Australia) and 'Forgetting and Remembering' ( where an indigenous-death-in-custody and the disappearance of a Bicentennial official cause merry-hell on an outback township). His current work, 'Knowing Simone', in 1860's France, covers the last years of its dictatorial 'Third Empire'. When an anarchist on-the-run meets a powerful women in a precarious situation, Patrice sets out to 'know' Simone. Their encounters revealing sex, perversity and intrigue. A case of dynamite romance that rocks the Empire.

Garry lives in Sydney, and is current president of the Balmain Institute, a member of 'That Authors Collective' and 'Diverse' poetry group.

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