Tadeusz Korzeniewski was born in Poland. In 1977-80 he took part in the movement fighting the Communist/Russian suppression of Poland. He wrote a book W Polsce (In Poland), which was published in 1981 by the underground, and in 1983 in an émigré publishing house in England. In 1984 it was awarded the Koscielski Prize. In 2010 it was republished in post-Communist Poland. In 1981 he moved from Poland to France and then on to New York then Montana and then Seattle. In 1990 he wrote a novella in English, for which he received a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1991 the Ucross Foundation invited him to Wyoming. While on a ranch there, he conceived a story of a culture-drifter riding outlaw trail in the contemporary American Northwest. In 1991-1998 he traveled across the northern America. In 2013 he published a book in Poland, Do Wyoming, addressed to ethnic Poles. The English version of the book, To Wyoming, is made for ethnic Europeans. To Wyoming is available at Amazon at a special price for readers of Rebellion.