Hailed by John D'Agata as a "gloriously heartbreakingly debut," Howley's study of the world of mixed martial arts was published to rave reviews last year, and was longlisted for this year's PEN Award for sports writing.
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A triumph of sports journalism, this account shows a basketball team’s capacity to inspire a nation in the context of political & social tumult of the 1960s & 1970s.
At the intersection of sports, politics & history are the mid-century Olympics, the stage that catapulted various athletes to superstardom & the story that inspired the world.
Sports & pop culture fans alike will be engrossed in this intimate & searing portrait of Lance Armstrong, one of the most notorious public figures of our time.
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Take a look at college football through the eyes of Division 1's first woman, Katie Hnida. In spite of the misogyny & discrimination she faces, her story is ultimately uplifting, capturing the joy of kicking a ball through the uprights.
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