Gregory Bryan

Gregory Bryan
Non-Fiction
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A native of Australia, Gregory Bryan teaches at the University of Manitoba, specializing in children’s literature. He has published six books, most recently a biography of South Dakota artist Paul Goble. While Goble is Bryan’s favorite illustrator, his favorite writer is the Australian Henry Lawson. In 2011 and 2012, Bryan became the first person to recreate Lawson’s 1890s walks in the Outback. He is a father, husband, sports nut, speaker, reader, birder and traveler.

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