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dale-estey's picture
Jan.28.2014
Kafka disliked using the telephone. I doubt we would see him on Skype. He preferred writing by hand over using a typewriter. He was comfortable travelling by train (although, being Kafka, he was also the first person to write about aeroplanes for a newspaper). He would be deeply suspicious of...
dale-estey's picture
Sep.13.2013
The international collaboration of NATO,  and its convoluted connections to world events, allow a lot of leeway in plotting a thriller. I wend my way from northern Canada to New York to Istanbul with barely a thought. I currently am leaving Gibraltar and am aiming for a climax in Hong Kong. It...
pauline-rowson's picture
Jun.20.2012
I have been invited to be a guest panel author at the annual conference of the  British Society of Criminology taking place at the University of Portsmouth, Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, (ICJS) between 4–6 July 2012. I will be on a panel on the afternoon of 5 July with my fellow...
dale-estey's picture
Mar.29.2012
There are some interesting numbers here. The eBook trend (which, I suppose, must be considered more than a trend but pretty well an unstoppable force) branches out over the world. Adult fiction holds sway in Australia and the USA. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Bowker Survey Tracks Global E-...
mark-miller's picture
Dec.05.2011
The conclusion to the debut story of Small World Protection Agency is now available from Trestle Press! Down Under ThunderJosh and Madison are two elementary school students that have been recruited by a secret organization known as the Small World Global Protection Agency. In the first...
mark-miller's picture
Nov.09.2011
Giovanni Gelati. That's right, Trestle Press's main man is back and he says something to say. Oh, this is a big deal and I am thrilled to be a part of it!Amish Knitting Circle now occupies the numbers 2,3,4,5 rankings in short story fiction in all of Amazon Kindle, not by category, but overall...
mark-miller's picture
Oct.19.2011
The cool breezes of October seem to slip by us as time moves silently, like a stage hand behind the curtain changing props and set pieces. Before this month ends, you will have the opportunity to read the next installment of the ONE series. Dr. Candy takes us to the other side of the...
mark-miller's picture
Oct.11.2011
Well, I did have an idea. A little while ago, I created a story about two unsuspecting fourth graders that suddenly find themselves in the middle of some serious, high-tech, international espionage. It is now available from Trestle Press. That's right, ten-year-old spies that travel the world...
ana-elsner's picture
Sep.06.2011
Calling for a transformation towards a better world is once again the ambition and purpose of the poet, in this case, that of thousands of poets world-wide. In a veritable marathon that spans all time zones and continents poets will join in a demonstration/celebration of poetry to promote urgent...
arlene-goldbard's picture
Aug.10.2011
The stories our leaders tell us matter, probably almost as much as the stories our parents tell us as children, because they orient us to what is, what could be, and what should be; to the worldviews they hold and to the values they hold sacred. Our brains evolved to “expect” stories with a...