When you start to listen to my chat with Bob Wilber, he seems like one of the most normal guys you’ll meet. But when you finish listening to our chat, you’ll realize he has enjoyed a seemingly Gump-esque run of opportunity, excitement, and stories in the world of sports. We talked for quite a while, … Continued
Ross Owen Williams is my best friend. He doesn’t know that yet, and may be happy that he lives so far from me, but when you listen to this episode you’ll understand my feelings. Williams is an extremely talented guy who has used his writing talents to help tell some of the best stories in … Continued
I could have talked to Lawrence University History Professor Jerald Podair for hours. His latest book, City of Dreams, is the story of Brooklyn Dodgers owner Walter O’Malley and the journey he embarked upon in moving his team to Los Angeles. Jerry Podair is a proud historian and takes his research and accuracy extremely seriously, … Continued
K.P. Wee is the author of John Cangelosi: The Improbable Baseball Journey of the Undersized Kid from Nowhere to World Series Champion He has also written wonderful sports books on great subjects such as the 1988 Dodgers, Knuckleballers, famous knuckleball pitcher Tom Candiotti, and much more. We had a great time chatting with him and … Continued
In the first episode of Bleav in Sport Lit, we had the pleasure of interviewing Zack Moore about his first book, Caponomics: Building Super Bowl Champions. Zack is not only an author, but is also a statistician, an agent, an MBA, a former college football player, a jiujitsu fighter, and an all-around great guy. In … Continued
Ryan Acra is the Owner and President of The Get It Factory, an independent publishing and content creation company based in Montana. After a stint as general manager of the Great Falls Explorers of the Continental Basketball Association, Ryan has found success as an author without the backing of a traditional publisher or literary agent. As he heard stories of other writers who felt they couldn’t get their stories told, Acra decided to open a boutique publishing house to help artists of all types share their work.