Triggs, Tony D.
TRIGGS, Tony D.
TRIGGS, Tony D. British, b. 1946. Genres: Children's fiction, Poetry, Education, History, Reference, Translations. Career: Schoolteacher in York- shire, England, 1969-71; college teacher and lecturer in Yorkshire, 1972-80; writer. Adviser to publishers; makes appearances as a story-teller and guest author. Publications: FICTION: The Gibleteers, 1986; Once upon an Island, 1987; To David and Rosie, 1988. NONFICTION: Ancient Britons, 1981; Founders of Religion, 1981; The Saxons, 1982; People in British History, 1985; Ancient Egyptians, 1985; The Black Death and the Peasants' Revolt, 1985; Inside Story, Book One, 1986, Book Two, 1986, Book Three, 1987; Boom and Slump in Inter-War America, 1987; A History of Medicine, 1988; Saxon Britain, 1990; Viking Britain, 1990; Norman Britain, 1990; Tudor Britain, 1990; Victorian Britain, 1990; Viking Warriors, 1990; Transport from 1750, 1990; Germany between the Wars, 1991; Explorations and Encounters, 1992; The Victorians, 1992; Tudor Times, 1995; Fishbourne-A Day in a Roman Palace, 1997. OTHER: Janus (poetry), 1976; Word Bank (reference), 1991; Word Store (reference), 1992; (trans.) The Book of Margery Kempe, 1995. Also books and materials for EFL students. Address: Mere House, Brewery Rd, Trunch, North Walsham, Norfolk NR28 0PU, England. Online address: [email protected]