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Pierre Home-Douglas Pierre Home-Douglas Pierre Home-Douglas is a freelance writer based in Montreal, author and editor of about 30 books on woodworking and joinery. He writes for Prism Magazine.

 

Pierre Home-Douglas lives in Montreal and has worked as a writer, editor and freelance writer since the early 1980s. He has edited more than 40 books, such as “Night Sky,” “Oceans, Reptiles and Amphibians” and “In Space” for publishers including Time-Life, Discovery Channel, two books for Time-Life's How Things Work series and Reader's Digest. He worked for 13 years as a book editor at St. Remy Press in Montreal and has also written extensively for newspapers and magazines in the United States and Canada.

 

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  • Thought to be the son of John Home-Douglas, brother of Rod and Susan.

  • There is a teacher at Sir Wilfrid Laurier School, Montreal, Canada with the same name.

  • Facebook records as from Vancouver, British Columbia
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