Born in Cheyenne and raised in Omaha, Phil Condon has since lived in California, British Columbia, Missouri, and from 1987, in Missoula, Montana. Before returning to college as a 37-year-old sophomore, he held a wide variety of jobs, was a union bricklayer for ten years, and lived without electricity for five years on an acreage on the Niangua River in the Missouri Ozarks. His education includes a BA in Writing, an MFA in Creative Writing/Fiction, and an MS in Environmental Studies/Writing. He currently teaches Environmental Writing and Literature in the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Montana.
May 2009 : USA Paperback
November 2011 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition