Category Archives: Right Off the Bat Podcasts
Occasionally, out of the ether, a missive arrives that tells us that our writing hasn’t fallen on deaf ears. We were delighted to receive an email from Parth Taneja, a law student in Washington, D.C. The letter (slightly edited for length … Continue reading
In time-honored fashion, and this being the ROTB Project blog-number 499, here come my (Evander’s) guesses for the 2014 Major League Baseball season. (“Predictions” is such a silly word. Who could? Well, I! in this 2-year-old podcast.) American League East: … Continue reading
Today is 70 years and 366 days since Joe DiMaggio’s mind-bending 56-game hitting streak began: with a meager (though RBI) single against the Chicago White Sox. Right Off the Bat celebrated the seventieth anniversary with a podcast a year ago. … Continue reading
Yesterday, also Good Friday for the Western Church and the start of Passover at sundown for all Jews, happened to be Opening Day for the New York Yankees—first pitch after 3 p.m. It wound up the first Opening Day meltdown … Continue reading
The audio for my (Martin’s) talk on cricket and baseball is now available online at the Kansas City Library Association website. Click here to hear it.
You can visit the site and listen to our best interview yet, by clicking here.
We signed books in Kingston at Half Moon Books as well as Inquiring Minds in New Paltz yesterday, helping (in our small way) to support traditional, fine independent book shops while, at the same time, selling our first Kindle edition … Continue reading
You can listen to the Mp3 podcast here.
Here’s a video of our time at BookExpo America, page 64. You can also listen to the extended interviews in our podcast here.
Wednesday, May 25, noon, booth 3353, we are signing the first copies of Right Off the Bat for the book trade at BookExpo America. It promises to be a lively time. Our publisher, Paul Dry, will be on hand of … Continue reading