the sport literature association

16 JANUARY 17
Dick Crepeau kicks off the New Year in sport.

13 JANUARY 17
CALL FOR PAPERS: The 34th Annual Conference of the Sport Literature Association will be held Wednesday, June 21 through Saturday, June 24, 2017, in West Virginia.

11 JANUARY 17
Lyle Olsen Graduate Student Essay Prize: graduate students, please consider submitting a paper for this contest, held in conjunction with the 2017 SLA Conference (June 21 through Saturday, June 24, 2017, in West Virginia).

10 JANUARY 17
Susan Rayl marvels at the intricate history of The Rise and Fall of Olympic Amateurism.

6 JANUARY 17
Brian Burmeister on Craig Hodges' searing memoir Long Shot.

5 JANUARY 17
Amy Essington takes a spin through Tom Fallon's Dodgerland.

4 JANUARY 17
Mark Noe finds a strong literary lineage behind Daniel Paisner's novel A Single Happened Thing.

30 DECEMBER 16
Dick Crepeau wraps up the year in Sport and Society.

23 DECEMBER 16
Corry Cropper on Russ Crawford's history of what the French call Le Football.

22 DECEMBER 16
Dick Crepeau honors the pioneers of basketball.

22 DECEMBER 16
Matt Teutsch contemplates Steven Liparulo's Farewell to Football?.

19 DECEMBER 16
Gary Heath on Andrew O'Toole's blow-by-blow of the Fight for Old DC.

16 DECEMBER 16
Gary Heath on a miscellaneous but useful collection of pieces titled Sports Business Unplugged.

15 DECEMBER 16
Mark Noe has our review of an important new collection on British Sporting Literature and Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century.

14 DECEMBER 16
Dick Crepeau's annual bowl roundup, from Cure to TaxSlayer.

14 DECEMBER 16
Gary Heath reviews the first tentative steps along The Road to Madness.

13 DECEMBER 16
Jim Coby finds a masterpiece: William Finnegan's surfing picaresque, Barbarian Days.

8 DECEMBER 16
Dick Crepeau on reports of sexual abuse in British football.

22 NOVEMBER 16
Dick Crepeau on Ang Lee's film of Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk.

18 NOVEMBER 16
Melody Hoffman reaches contrarian conclusions about cycling and public policy in Bike Lanes are White Lanes, reviewed by Duncan Jamieson.

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