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Final Fenway Fiction: More Short Stories from Red Sox Nation Paperback – January 1, 2012
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Matthew failed to plant apple seeds in New York City, London, California, and back in Massachusetts. Unless it turns out that, while eating an apple somewhat *too* vigorously, he swallowed a seed and one has been growing inside him all this time, providing fresh apples regularly to his internal organs, unbeknownst to himself. In which case the Johnny Appleseed comparison is even more apt than he realized.
He has written short stories which have appeared in such diverse collections as "Fenway Fiction," "Further Fenway Fiction," and "Final Fenway Fiction."
Top Customer Reviews
A truly fun collection for all sports fans.
Stories about fathers and sons, of course, because so much of baseball centers around fathers and sons. But also stories about fathers and daughters. Uncles and nephews. Mothers and sons. Husbands and wives. Ex- husbands and ex- wives. Management and players. Perps and heroes. War and Peace. Life and Death.
It's all here, Sox Fans, stories ranging from the very good to the (many) truly wonderful. From the Chandleresque to the Kafkaesque.
Second question: hadn't you and your friends (and family) better read 'em before opening day? Because things could get busy, after. This could be the Year. Again.