Jack & Jim of Many Writerly Trades
and Semi-Master of Some
On the Night Joey Ramone Died
The expanded edition of the book for 2018 features a non-fiction section of “Rock Writings and Musical Memoirs” containing real-life encounters with rock stars from Eddie Vedder to Joe Strummer, the Pixies, Soundgarden and Leonard Cohen, as well as a front-cover blurb from the acclaimed author and hit songwriter Timothy Hallinan: “The funniest sad book and the saddest funny book I’ve read in a long time.”
Thailand’s Sustainable Development Sourcebook
This 416-page hardback provides an incredible array of information, ideas and inspiration through more than 60 succinct articles, written by experts in the field, on subjects as diverse as energy and income inequality to education, corruption, organic restaurants, culture, Buddhism, female empowerment and climate change, in eye-catching layouts with many telltale photos and infographics.
The Phantom Lover
To travelers the world over Thailand is one of the most exotic places on earth – naturally lush, deeply spiritual, and hedonistic. In The Phantom Lover and Other Tales of Thailand award-winning author and longtime Thailand resident Jim Algie taps into the country’s fascinating culture in a way that Poe and Lovecraft fans will love.
A celebration of the country’s weirdest wonders, strangest museums, wackiest celebrities, sexiest ghosts, and nastiest serial killers, this non-fiction collection ventures off the well-trodden tourist trails and into the darkest and sexiest hinterlands.
Americans In Thailand
They arrived with printing presses and telescopes, religious fervor and guns. They advised monarchs and trained teachers and doctors. They paved roads and paid vast sums to expand their military operations for a controversial war. They brought new trade, training and theories to villages, classrooms and boardrooms, along with bottled water and pizza.
Thailand Travel Pack
In the first ever boutique traveller’s guide to Thailand, veteran author Jim Algie has condensed Thailand’s greatest experiences, sights, and dishes into the best of the best. Gone are the days of dragging a cinder block-sized guidebook around that could double as a dumbbell. Written in stylish prose and with much humour, this is all you need to come to grips with the kingdom’s intricacies.
Happy to hear from any other writers, readers, rockers and wanderers. Let’s exchange cordial emails or get really sycophantic and trade links, or just continue to ignore each other with cautious indifference. Your move…