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EDITORIAL
- On Lady Luck and 'The Kid stays in the Picture'.
August 2002 - Real Writers - Real People - The Writer's Magazine

She had not told any other students, as far as he knew. Of course, she might have.
Christopher Daniels - Our Fiction Writer of the Month

HACKTREKS WORLD TRAVEL
COMMENT
LIFESTYLES
When Good Parades Go Bad
Erik R. Trinidad in Spain

ROLL- UP- ROLL UP
It's time to go to the PNE
All Together Now - Recession
James Campion


The Toys of summer
(Musings on the Destruction of the 2002 Baseball Season)

James campion
Chasing Rainbows in Chennai
Colin Todhunter on Indian TV
The gap between the glossy world of adverts and reality may be big in the West, but in India it's gargantuan.
Disbelief of Wonder
Erik R. Trinidad
Evidently the world-famous Stevie Wonder wasn’t known in Africa.

Conversations on an Indian train

Colin Todhunter in Madras
'I knew that it was wise not to be drawn into public debate...'
The Bonzai Conspiracy
James Campion
'if ya'll can stands the heat at 108 muffin muncher...'

Mystery Fiction: Bill James Crime Novelist Extraordinaire

In Pursuit of a Proper Sinner
Alex Grant Review
Out There in Auroville
Viva Sarah Press
"It isn't at all what I expected," admitted a Canadian man.


The American Dream becomes the American Nightmare.
Michael Levy
on a true modern day Sodom and Gomorrah
Curse of Sulleyman's Toilet
James Skinner
‘We don’t want to buy anything,’ ‘can we please continue our tour!’

Melbourne's Identity Crisis
Brian Wood in Australia


Leeds Bridge 1888
Graeme Garvey on the day the first camera rolled..
Time to Set Alaska Free?
Rev Antonio Hernandez
A Mid-Summer's Standoff in the Bare Knuckle Jungle
James Campion in Washington
Hot Sweats on a Cold Read
Sam North at the Anza Club


Bad Dream in Madurai:
Rescued from obscurity by the internet
Colin Todhunter on why he writes for Hacktreks
I Wish I Were an Asshole
Or Damn my Parents for Raising me Right - Colin James Haslett

Silicon Valley Blues
Mister Thorne

Age discrimination is thriving in Silicon Valley

Microbudget Filmmaking
Ken Hegan
TRAVEL
FICTION
REVIEWS
On The Road in Laos with Fish
Shira Green
in Asia
River
Janice Slater in Australia
This one bore no promises or invitations

Abdullah in Zanzibar
Alene Ivey

"You like UB40? I can get you tapes very cheap!"

Mandy Mand in Japan

Hols in Okinawa and Tokyo
Don't even look at the monkeys...
*West of World
Christopher Daniels

She had not told any other students, as far as he knew. Of course, she might have.
*Hackwriters
Story of the Month


Dreamscapes Fiction
Newton's First Law of Conspiracy
Robert Minteer
"But we wouldn’t really harm innocent children, would we?"
Parts 2 & 3

Bangkok Love Happy
Kelvin Mason

Pinyo pulls Harry close, snuggles soft and fragrant into his neck.
Sparrow Nights by David Gilmour
Charles Dickinson
- Review
'The story builds to a stunn
er of a climax...'
The Death of Sweet Mister
Daniel Woodrell

'Don't be a puss. It's just the jitters nipin' at you, fat boy.'
Signs and Full Frontal
Two movies but only one of them had a climax
ChittyBang-Bang
The London Musical

ALEX GRANT REVIEWS
Blood Work
'Blood Work is both casual and classic'.
Possession
a moving adult undertow of genuine regret and remorse
Sunshine State
...punchy pictorial panache

Mystery Fiction
Watchers of Time & A Finer End

READ FIRST CHAPTERS
Writers with works in progress
Time to Heal
A new novel by
Linda Pynaker

"Ted, we have to talk."

Bairns War
a childhood - 1939-45
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