Monthly Archives: August 2019
Ken Armstrong and Nick Perry's excellent book on the scandal-soaked 2000 Washington Huskies is an essential read.
A sportswriter and author with almost 40 years experience, Peter King talks about his writing approach, favourite football books and one book he wish had been written.
Fiction can take us closer to the people who play these sports than any non-fiction writer can. Here are five of the best football novels.
ESPN journalist Sal Paolantonio's book, How Football Explains America, frequently feels like the material is being squeezed to fit the narrative.
The author of some of the greatest football books, including America's Game and Chuck Noll: His Life's Work, talks about writing those and his next book.
Academic and former Kansas City Chiefs player Michael Oriard examines the NFL's growth as a brand.
It isn't as easy as it looks to make a great coffee table book but here are five that are worth tracking down.