the sport literature association
15 JANUARY 20
CALL FOR PAPERS: The 37th annual conference of the Sport Literature Association, University of Missouri at St. Louis, St. Louis MO, 17-20 June 2020.
14 JANUARY 20
Myles Schrag and Julie Hammonds present a tribute To Imogene, a jewel among races. Bruce Pratt reviews.
13 JANUARY 20
Citizen Akoy, Steve Marantz's wide-ranging look at a socially-significant basketball career, finds an appreciative reader in Kyle Belanger.
12 JANUARY 20
Bill Nowlin's biography of Red Sox magnate Tom Yawkey is the one by which other studies will be measured, says our Derek Catsam.
11 JANUARY 20
Kansas City vs. Oakland is one of the unlikelier great sport rivalries. Matthew C. Ehrlich has written the definitive study of it, and Richard Black has our review.
28 DECEMBER 19
Dick Crepeau's year-end miscellany.
16 DECEMBER 19
Proceedings of the 36th annual conference of the Sport Literature Association (Limoges 2019), compiled by Janet Pratt, are now available.
11 DECEMBER 19
Dick Crepeau applauds the election of Marvin Miller and Ted Simmons to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
9 DECEMBER 19
Daniel Taradash follows The Story of Welsh Boxing in Lawrence Davies' groundbreaking new account.
5 DECEMBER 19
Scott Peterson is impressed with Noah Cohan's study of fan narratives, We Average Unbeautiful Watchers.
25 NOVEMBER 19
Alan Zaremba finds delight in Michael Steinberg's essays, collected as Elegy for Ebbets.