Further Fenway fiction

more short stories from Red Sox Nation
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Rounder Books , Cambridge, Mass
Boston Red Sox (Baseball team) -- Fiction., Baseball stories, American., Fenway Park (Boston, Mass.) -- Fiction., Boston (Mass.) -- Fic
Statementedited by Adam Emerson Pachter.
GenreFiction.
ContributionsPachter, Adam Emerson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS648.B37 F88 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination193 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21558813M
ISBN 101579401430
ISBN 139781579401436
LC Control Number2007929458
OCLC/WorldCa148774202

Further Fenway Fiction is a labor of love, and demonstrates a passion that stretches beyond the playing field. Michelle Von Euw's story in particular highlights not only the innocence of the game in its truest form, but also of human nature.

Baseball fans, Red Sox diehards, and lovers of short fiction will most certainly enjoy this collection/5(4). Well written assemblage of short stories about the Red Sox Baseball team. The stories are threaded through the Red Sox's history and its beloved home in Fenway Park, but the stories are snippets of real life, albeit fictional telling.5/5(4).

In "Fenway Fiction" editor Adam Pachter has panned pure gold. Every story resonates, doing what fiction does best when it succeeds--which is illuminate the human experience. The Sox have always inspired their share of "literary" nonfiction--John Updike, Roger Angell, Stephen Jay Gould--but it is surprising this Further Fenway fiction book the first collection of Sox /5(2).

author Adam Emerson Pachter edited an anthology of fiction aptly titled” “Fenway Fiction,” that came out in September In a second anthology: “Further Fenway Fiction,” edited by Pachter and released by the local imprint Rounder Books has hit the street, and features poetry and fiction focusing around the old town team.

And as always. Fenway Fiction: Short Stories from Red Sox Nation. Although their actual history has often been stranger than fiction, unitl now there has never been an all 3/5. Fenway Fiction, Further Fenway Fiction and now the present title, yet Google searches for Busch Ballads, Yankee Yarns, Turner Tales, (and the Further Fenway fiction book Wrigley Wringings) all fail to turn up similar fan fiction franchises.

With regard to the stories themselves, they provide a full range of fan fiction from a Kafka-esque psychic break to a. Thirdly, it is a bit surprising that other editors have not followed the lead of Adam Pachter, who has edited a worthy body of work with Fenway Fiction, Further Fenway Fiction and now the present title, yet Google searches for Busch Ballads, Yankee Yarns, Turner Tales, (and the inevitable Wrigley Wringings) all fail to turn up similar fan.

Cornerstone Publishers online bookstore for Masonic books, Scottish Rite education, metaphysical enlightenment & great fiction and literature. FENWAY AND HATTIE is one of those books I wish I could have read as a kid.

My family has always had dogs, and we love to give them voices, and Coe has captured the dog-voice perfectly. Fenway is the perfect devious little dog, so sure in his worldview that when his family moves and he has to adjust to his new life, his misunderstandings are as /5.

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It helps that I use an app likewhich doesn't let you delete anything, so my internal editor gets shut off and the stuff will just stick to the page/5. Great mystery story set in Fenway Park at the turn of the century.

Nice historical references about the era of that time; plus good story line. Growing up in a suburb of Boston and a Red Sox fan made this book feel close to home.

A murder mystery mingled with wonderful baseball history kept me involved/5(38). Ballpark Mysteries Collection: Books #1 The Fenway Foul-up; #2 The Pinstripe Ghost; #3 The L.A.

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Dodger; #4 The Astro Outlaw; #5 The All-Star Joker. Further Fenway Fiction: More Short Stories from Red Sox Nation. Title: Further Fenway Fiction: More Short Stories from Red Sox Nation. First Edition: False. About Bookmonger Ltd. Condition: New. 20 Fun Fiction Books to Read at the Beach, As Chosen by Authors.

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Final Fenway Fiction | For years now the "Fenway Fiction" series has chronicled the Boston Red Sox through short stories, novels, plays, and poetry.

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Now the series comes to its exciting conclusion in "Final Fenway Fiction", and the book's 23 contributors touch every base in the best collection yet.

Murder at Fenway Park is the first book in the series and Soos first novel as he takes readers back in time to the early days of America's pastime.

It is Mickey Rawlings, age nineteen, has just been called up to the Red Sox to play in brand new Fenway Park/5. Fenway is an excitable and endlessly energetic Jack Russell terrier. He lives in the city with food lady, fetch man, and, of course, his beloved short human, and best friend in the world, when his family moves to the suburbs, Fenway faces a world of changes.

Please tell us about your book. Fenway and Hattie is about a dog named Fenway and his girl Hattie who move from an apartment in the city to a house in the suburbs, where they each struggle with big changes.

But you only get Fenway’s side of the. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The Fenway Foul-Up includes a fun fact page about Boston's Fenway Park. Cross Ron Roy's mystery series with Matt Christopher's sports books and you get the Ballpark Mysteries: fun, puzzling whodunnits aimed right at beginning readers/5(14).

Unrequited love in any form typically spawns a lot of writing. These works are outpourings of emotion and are heartfelt and poignant. Until the Boston Red Sox won the World Series in baseball, their fans (members of the so-called Red Sox Nation) experienced unrequited love in the sense that their affection for the team was not reciprocated by success on the field.

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Although the actual history of the Red Sox has often been stranger than fiction, until now there has never been an all-fiction anthology devoted to stories about the Sox. Penned by novelists, playwrights, and ardent fans, Fenway Fiction features 18 tales that take the reader on an imaginative journey around the bases of humor, history, and.

From award winner Telgemeier (Smile, ), a pitch-perfect graphic novel portrayal of a middle school musical, adroitly capturing the drama both on and h-grader Callie Marin is over-the-moon to be on stage crew again this year for Eucalyptus Middle School’s production of Moon over 's just getting over popular baseball jock and eighth-grader Greg, who crushed.

But the jokes are used and then reused and begin to turn from funny into tedious repetition. More books in the series are promised; here’s hoping some new doggy dilemmas will emerge.

Young dog lovers will enjoy Fenway’s point of view, even if his eagerness wears a bit thin. (Fiction.

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