Hunting with Diana

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Arsenal Pulp Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 170 pages
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A pastiche of finely woven stories that bridge the ages, juxtaposing the elemental dramas of classical mythology with modern explorations on the electronic highway. Davey Bryant is an aging gay man searching for a means out of loneliness on the Internet; in this anonymous arena, he embarks on wistful, witty journeys with faceless correspondents, who find a sympathetic listener in Davey. Their stories provide a voyeuristic glimpse into imperfect lives that transcends gender and sexuality, rooted in philosophies and deities, and imbued with love, humour, and irony.

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About the author (1996)

David Watmough was born in London, England in 1926. He is the author of several novels and short-story collections, including The Time of the Kingfishers and Hunting With Diana, Thy Mother's Glass, and The Year of Fears. David lives in Vancouver.

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