David Heidenstam was born in Grimsby and brought up in Norfolk, England. Trained as a political scientist, he has worked as a labourer, security guard, park-keeper, editor, house renovator, village postman, sailboat-delivery cook/crewman, EFL teacher, and warden of backpackers’ hostels in Ireland.

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