Brian is only 32 years old and in 2003 he won the best British Travel Writer covering North America.He's spent the last eight years writing for GQ, FHM, Arena and the Sunday Times. He's currently employed as assistant travel editor, culture and news review writer at the Sunday Times. This is his first book.
`Brian Schofield's heart-rending account is interwoven with contemporary scenes from his researches, in a second-hand van, in the hardscrabble ex-lumber towns of 21st-century Idaho. A quiet fury burns through his careful prose, not least in his exquisite footnotes.' The Times
`Schofield's book, which is admirably ambitious in scope, could well turn out to be a classic.' Geographical Magazine
`Schofield...listens respectfully to Native voices and emphasizes their resilience then and now.' TLS
`The notion of homeland is powerfully extended throughout this painstakingly researched book, with it's many possible meanings explored for those who were displaced and those who displaced them.' Claire Coughlan, Sunday Business Post