In a lifetime of diverse careers, Canadian Fred Madryga has worked as a logger, in an abattoir, as a roofing kettle, tin basher, a university lecturer and a psychologist in private psychological practice with sexual offenders.
His literary essays demonstrate a keen eye for detail and insights into diverse personalities as well as a capacity for self-reflection and personal growth through a wide range of experience and openness to the world around him.
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