Glenn Stout is the author, editor or ghostwriter of nearly 90 books, including The Selling of the Babe, the groundbreaking Boston Globe bestseller Fenway 1912, bestsellers Red Sox Century and Yankees Century, and the critically acclaimed Nine Months at Ground Zero, The Best American Sports Writing, and Young Woman and The Sea: How Trudy Ederle Conquered the English Channel and Inspired the World, now in development for Paramount Pictures. He has served as Series Editor for The Best American Sports Writing since its inception.
Glenn is available to make author visits, deliver lectures and workshops on all aspects of writing. As an editor of longform narrative journalism, Stout has helped produce many award-winning stories that have been recognized by Longreads.com, Longform.org, the Nieman Foundation and other notable aggregators.
Born in Ohio and a graduate of Bard College, Glenn is dual citizen of the United States and Canada and lives in Vermont with his family, two cats and two dogs on Lake Champlain. Before becoming a writer Glenn did construction work, served as a security guard, a painter, and worked in libraries. Glenn invites his readers to his blog, to join his facebook page for The Best American Sports Writing, or to visit his website, glennstout.net. Anyone interested in arranging an "author visit" should query Glenn directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Glenn @GlennStout
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