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Steadfast Trekkers: A Lowestoft Chronicle Anthology

Steadfast Trekkers: A Lowestoft Chronicle Anthology

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Overview

A bizarre, formless man unsettles a mathematician in Mumbai. In Thailand, a rough journey by ferry turns into a chaotic roller-coaster ride of misery and despair for returning partygoers. And in Indonesia, villagers come to the aid of a foreign scientist stung by a scorpion, and a pleasure-seeker bravely suffers a traditional vein massage. The latest anthology, STEADFAST TREKKERS, is packed heavy with sharp, stimulating poetry and vibrant, entertaining prose.

From macabre train passengers in England, and determined car mechanics in Portugal, to strange taxicabs rides in Japan, and ghastly boat travel in Thailand, we proudly present the work of Joe Albanese, Charles Joseph Albert, Elaine Barnard, Roland Barnes, AN Block, Scott Dominic Carpenter, Rob Dinsmoor, Mary Donaldson-Evans, Brennen Fahy, Karen Fayeth, Sharon Frame Gay, Kenneth P. Gurney, Sabrina Harris, Jill Hawkins, Anthony Head, Tushar Jain, Michael C. Keith, Lenny Levine, Richard Luftig, Mary Beth Magee, Robert Mangeot, Todd McKie, George Moore, Frank Morelli, James B. Nicola, Saundra Norton, Olga Pavlinov Olenich, Jeanine Pfeiffer, Tamra Plotnick, Arianna S. Warsaw-Fan Rauch, Alistair Rey, Judy S. Richardson, Ruyi Wen, and Robert Wexelblatt. Plus, in-depth interviews with Canadian crime writer Dietrich Kalteis and historical fiction and mystery author Sheldon Russell.



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ISBN-13: 9781732332805
Publisher: Lowestoft Chronicle Press
Publication date: 09/30/2018
Series: Lowestoft Chronicle Anthology Series , #8
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Nicholas Litchfield is the founding editor of Lowestoft Chronicle and author of the suspense novel Swampjack Virus. He has worked in various countries as a tabloid journalist, librarian, and media researcher. He writes regularly for the Colorado Review and his book reviews for the Lancashire Post are syndicated to twenty-five newspapers across the UK. He lives in western New York.

Rob Dinsmoor is the author of three fictive memoirs: Tales of the Troupe, The Yoga Divas and Other Stories, and You Can Leave Anytime. He also co-authored a children's picture book titled Does Dixie Like Me? He lives on the North Shore of Massachusetts.

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