Tag: TLP Spotlight

Trueline Spotlight: Writing the Next Chapter

Jim Cavan’s dad likes to joke that when his son left home for college, he turned left out of the driveway (literally and politically)—and never looked back. Though he once dreamed of playing for the NBA’s New York Knicks, immersion in books and a blossoming counterculture ethos drew Cavan east of his home in suburban

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Trueline Spotlight: Running Down a Dream

Trueline Spotlight: Joanna Roche

Plenty of people keep a folder of their child’s creative writing—a place to house all those Mother’s Day odes and two-page middle school essays.

Julianna Roche’s parents could turn hers into a series of bound volumes. One for every year.

Poems, short stories, screenplays: Roche didn’t merely enjoy writing—she lived for it.

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Trueline Spotlight: Another One in the Bag

Trueline Spotlight: Dave Gushee

Dave Gushee vividly remembers the first time a game broke his heart. He was five or six years old, tagging along with his dad, brother, grandfather and uncle for an afternoon round at Rockland Country Club. On one of the last holes, they were greeted with a difficult tee shot over a small pond. Afraid

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Trueline Spotlight: Leaps of Faith

Trueline blog: Diana Carrillo at Acadia National Park

Leaving her home to study English in a faraway country. Moving with her future husband to New York after only a year of dating. Heading east to New Hampshire a few years later, despite having only visited the state once.

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Trueline Spotlight: A Coming Full Circle

Anyone who’s worked with Trueline’s writers knows we go out of our way to avoid clichés. There are, of course, exceptions to every rule—times when the phrase in question perfectly captures the subject at hand. So here it is: Karyn Dowty wears a lot of hats. “I’ve had my hands in just about everything over

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Trueline Spotlight: A Love of Words and the World

“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

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Trueline Spotlight: Gift of Gab

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. But for all his staying power and ideas, Gahm’s

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TLP Spotlight: Life is Just One High Seas Adventure

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. Owning three boats? A mere mortal you surely are not! Okay, okay, so Sean O’Reilly never owned three boats at once. But

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