the sport literature association

8 JULY 14
Cory Willard has our review of Angie Abdou's Canterbury Trail.

1 JULY 14
Matthew Teutsch reads Mark Halfon's spinning of some Tales from the Deadball Era.

30 JUNE 14
Lisa Timpf gleans more than just a Fleck of Golf History.

2 JULY 14
The SLA thanks host Angie Abdou, the College of the Rockies, and Program Chair Jamie Dopp for a terrific 31st annual conference.

18 JUNE 14
G. Louis Heath shares some memories while reading a new book about the 1975 Reds: The Great Eight.

18 JUNE 14
Dick Crepeau has a week with almost too much sports to watch.

8 JUNE 14
Jeffrey Beck spends some time in Big Train's Backyard.

4 JUNE 14
Dick Crepeau on the elusive Triple Crown.

30 MAY 14
Dick Crepeau wonders what level of violence in sport might ever be "acceptable."

9 MAY 14
Tim Morris enjoys Jerry Reuss's memoir Bring in the Right Hander!

3 MAY 14
A revisionist look at 1919 from Tim Hornbaker, Turning the Black Sox White: Dick Crepeau, in our review, sees another side to the story.

1 MAY 14
Dick Crepeau on Donald Sterling.

28 APR 14
James R. Holzmeister on some yarns from the links: Two Good Rounds Superstars.

26 APR 14
Dick Crepeau on the events of the week: free food courtesy of the NCAA, and Wrigley's 100th.

23 APR 14
Myles Schrag reviews a long-needed biography of Clair Bee, by SLA past president Dennis Gildea.

22 APR 14
Frank Fury examines Gerald Gems's book on the complex topic of Sport and the Shaping of Italian-American Identity.

15 APR 14
Dick Crepeau searches for the outrage when a young pro golfer is one and a half and done.

6 APR 14
Dick Crepeau looks at the implications of the NLRB's decision allowing athletes at Northwestern to unionize.

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