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Dennison Berwick

Born in England in 1956, Dennison Berwick emigrated to Canada in 1980. Since then he has walked the entire length of the river Ganges in India ( the 3000 km walk is recounted in "A Walk Along the Ganges") and travelled extensively in the Amazonand (journeys published as "Amazon" and "Savages: The Life and Killing of the Yanomami"). He is also editor of the "Canadian Retreat Guide", a guide to more than 140 monasteries, retreat centres etc. in Canada. He is currently working on a novel - three stories bound into one tale. He lives on asailboat in South-East Asia. More information www.2db.ca

Selected bibliography:

2000 onwards work in progess, “The Rotting Man”

1998 "Canadian Retreat Guide", 2nd edition, published.

1996 "Directory of Retreats in Canada", 1st edition, published.

1992 "Savages, the Life & Killing of the Yanomami" published.

1990 "Amazon" published.

1989 to 1993 Lived in Lisbon, Portugal.

1986 to 1991 Travelled in the Amazon.

1986 "A Walk Along the Ganges" published.

1983 to 1984 Solo pilgrimage 3,000 kms along banks of River Ganges, India.

1980 Emigrated to Canada.

1976 to 1978 Reporter and columnist on Telegraph & Argus, Bradford, England.

1976 Overland to Turkey, Iran and Afghanistan.

1974 to 1975 Hitch-hiked solo, Cape Town to Cairo.

1956 Born in Yorkshire, England.

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