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G. Louis Heath enjoys Dan Doyle's suspense novel An African Rebound.
We are happy to announce that in 2013 the 30th annual conference of the Sport Literature Association will be held at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. UPDATED Registration Materials may be downloaded now. The host will be Frank Fury, and the program chair will be Jeremy Larance. The official dates of the conference are June 26-29, 2013.
SLA member Ron Smith at work in Its Ghostly Workshop: Jeffrey Beck is impressed with the results.
Rich Westcott picks Philadelphia's Top 50 Baseball Players, and Tim Morris passes judgment on the choices.
Rick Wallace watches long-distance hiker Suzanne Roberts get Almost Somewhere.
Angie Abdou on a dark but skillful swimming novel: Flip Turn by Paula Eisenstein.
Dick Crepeau on the madness that confronts the NCAA this March.
Now available for download: an index to Aethlon.
Dick Stull sits through The Longest Fight and enjoys it: our review of William Gildea's study of Joe Gans and Battling Nelson.
Katya Cengel offers a fresh look at the margins of the baseball profession in Bluegrass Baseball: Jeffrey P. Beck has our review.
Can this really be the Final Fenway Fiction? Scott Peterson says farewell to an innovative series.
Dick Crepeau reviews Dan Daly's collection of NFL miscellany, The National Forgotten League.