All posts by Jim Cavan
“You could say I’m a regular,” Caroline Crasnick confides. Only, she isn’t talking about Portland’s hottest new speakeasy or artisan brewpub.
A lifelong linguaphile who’s known to spend afternoons in the library fiction stacks, Crasnick joined the Trueline team as an editorial assistant in late 2018. Her interview skills and knack for notetaking quickly became apparent.
Kyle Gahm has been with Trueline almost as long as the company has been in Maine—seven years out of nine—and there’s evidence of that. His attorney segment in U.S. Business Executive was such a huge hit, it prompted Trueline to launch its own law-focused journal: Vanguard.
By the time you’re 29, you’re lucky if you’ve seen three boats up close—of any size. Getting to ride on three boats? You officially qualify as royalty in at least a dozen countries.
If the story involves an obscure Boston Bruin from the 1980’s or a folk singer you’ve never heard of, chances are Neil Cote’s telling it.
That’s when you know it’s gonna be good—just like the stories he writes.
Although Erica Berry, director of digital marketing, can always be found hard at work in the back corner of TLP’s offices, she was once much harder to locate.
Fa la la la! The holidays are here, and thanks to the efforts of one of our talented writers, Neil Cote, TrueLine Publishing is doing its part to make the lives of 25 Portland, Maine-area kids a little brighter this December.