Paul Anderson left Canada in his early twenties and spent fifteen years traveling in Asia, studying in Europe, teaching in Latin America, and logging 25,000 miles of coastal and ocean sailing. Hunger's Brides, his first novel, has been a labour of twelve years. In 1996, Alberta's One Yellow Rabbit company toured a dramatic reading adapted from the manuscript by the author, and performed in the convent where Sor Juana died. Paul lives in Calgary.
Festivals: 2004 (fall)