Patapios Tranakas is an unorthodox contemporary thinker of our time and a well known writer; leader of the writing school of minimalism and punctuality known as the Frilless Writing School of Thought.
All of his paperback writings both of ISBN and ISSN format follow a particular structure.
The writing technique consists of leaving large margins on the side of each and every page of the publication and to use footnotes instead of endnotes. Equally important is the omission of bibliography at the end of the publication.
In the Frilless Writing School of Though, every bibliographical entry, is only alive and relevant as a footnote in a particular page of a particular reference of a particular Chapter or Section. Outside that context the bibliographical entry cease to exist, is an unnecessary repetition and hence ommited.
The bibliography at the end of the publication is replaced with blank pages for the reader to use those as a notebook. Likewise the large side margins of every page of the publication, serve for the same purpose.
The publications are widely available worldwide by most means known and in a plethora of formats for the contentment of the reader.