In the heart of the communications capital of the world, I couldn’t say for sure what was going on one borough over. You can wire yourself up to the gills so you know everything at every minute the minute it happens, but if you find yourself one story beneath the sidewalk in an edgy Greenwich [...]
I sat for a really fun interview regarding The Happiest Recap with Gelf Magazine’s Max Lakin, the results of which are here. Gelf runs the terrific Varsity Letters sports literature series, where I’ll be reading from and discussing The Happiest Recap Thursday night, starting at 7:30 (doors open at 7:00). The location is Le Poisson Rouge, 158 [...]
If you’re among the millions of Mets fans not attending Thursday night’s Mets-Pirates tilt, consider for your evening’s Metsertainment a trip downtown to The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker St. (between Sullivan St. and Thompson St., convenient to a whole bunch of subway lines) where I’ll be reading from and discussing The Happiest [...]
For those who have been kind enough to inquire, why yes, the first volume of The Happiest Recap is now available on Kindle. The book that covers the truly Amazin’ games that transpired between 1962 and 1973 and forever defined the New York Mets’ DNA is $8.99 and can be downloaded here. (Kindle apps are easily [...]
Congratulations to Elliot, Bill and Joe, three Mets fans whose love for their team dovetailed well with our Valentine’s Day contest. For answering yesterday’s quiz, each wins a copy of The Happiest Recap: First Base (1962-1973), the first volume of the four-volume series that tells the story of the New York Mets’ first 50 years through [...]
POST-VALENTINE’S DAY NOTE: We have our winners. Thanks for playing.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Romantic holiday and all, but flowers, chocolates, Vermont Teddy Bears, hoodie-footie pajamas and $63 Opening Day tickets in Promenade are all passé. The real sweethearts out there give copies of The Happiest Recap: First Base (1962-1973) no matter the date or occasion.
Why? Let [...]
For once, it was a good day for Mets fans to be ensconced in the basement. I don’t mean the National League East standings, lest Marlins fans grow jealous of our impinging on their hard-earned territory, but specifically the basement party room at Foley’s, where our little get-together to celebrate the recent release of the [...]
Quick reminder that we’re getting together tomorrow, Saturday, noon to two at Foley’s NY (18 W. 33rd St., between 5th and 6th Avenues), for a little Baseball in December. Ostensibly we’re celebrating a new book and an imminent birthday (sort of), but ultimately, it is a love of baseball that draws us together because that’s [...]
You are cordially invited to join your Faith and Fear family at Foley’s NY (18 W. 33rd St., between Fifth and Sixth Avenues) this Saturday, December 15, from noon to 2 PM, to celebrate the launch of The Happiest Recap book series.
The Happiest Recap is the four-volume history that details the New York Mets’ first [...]
Doing a little holiday shopping for the Mets fan in your life? For yourself? Happiness is only one click away when it leads you to The Happiest Recap (First Base: 1962-1973). It’s the Mets as they keep getting better, and even when they don’t, they always win.
And the book’s not even fiction!
A few Happiest notes [...]