Goat Trees: Tales from the Other Side of the World

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Wolverine Farm Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 244 pages
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Fiction. With this exotic new collection of short fiction, join writer David Rozgonyi on an unforgettable journey through primitive global landscapes and inside the heads and hearts of those who populate them. Written on the road over a period of several years, and drawing upon a lifetime of wanderlust, these tales are rich with adventure, hope, and the discovery of the unexpected. David Rozgonyi was born in 1976 in Libya to Hungarian political refugess. He has lived on four continents and backpacked across six, spending months at a time among diverse cultures and people all over the world. When he is not on the road, he serves as the fiction editor for several literary journals. He currently resides in Colorado.

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GOAT TREES: Tales from the Other Side of the World

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An offbeat collection of stories about travelers flung to the farthest corners of the earth.While most of the protagonists here are, in a sense, tourists, none of them are combing the souvenir stands ... Read full review

Contents

A Cambodian Tale Part
10
Snails of the South Pacific
47
Traveling on Trains
65
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David Rozgonyi was born in the late fall of 1976 in Tripoli, Libya, to Hungarian immigrant parents. Travel and languages became a way of life as he backpacked across six continents, spending months among local residents in remote corners of the world, including China, Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, South America and India. Goat Trees: Tales from the Other Side of the World is David's first collection of fiction.

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