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Greatest Hits And Some That Weren't: Selected Essays and Memoirs 1990-2015 Paperback – Unabridged, 2016
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Michael Steinberg is the founding editor of the literary journal, Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, as well as an award-wining personal essayist/memorist and a teacher of and commentator on literary/creative nonfiction. His latest book (his sixth), Greatest Hits And Some That Weren’t: Personal Essays and Memoirs, 1990-2015 is a collection of eleven essays and memoirs about his lifelong passions, curiosities, and preoccupations—including; the shaping influences from his early years of growing up in New York City; his twin obsessions with baseball and writing; his sense of himself as a congenital New Yorker living in the Midwest; his fascination with overseas travel--in addition to his mid and later-life reflections on/about being an aging ex-athlete and a longtime writing teacher and writer.