Hello! To celebrate the classic American summer sport of baseball– and the All-Star Game on July 14th– we present to readers what may well be a modern classic by Tom Tolnay, “Baseball Is Truth, Truth Is Baseball.”
Is it a story?
Is it an essay?
Read it and decide. We believe you’ll find in the tale a great deal of insight and meaning.
What I’m saying is this: Baseball’s a thinking fan’s game, and understanding its subtleties requires an upper-deck level of intelligence as opposed to, say, eyeballing a horde of foul-ball twits (or should I say “twitters”) in leggings kicking an air-pumped ball hither and thither.
Greetings, fans of popular literature!
We hope you’re enjoying our first two stories, they are a taste of what’s to come… our official launch date is August 16th, just a couple weeks away.
We will kick things off with a handful of new stories, author interviews and lots from Karl and me about New Pop Lit: what it is; what it brings to readers; and how the movement can help authors. Watch this space!
Andrea + Karl.
Our first offering at New Pop Lit is here!
Matt Murphy is a private eye. When Matt investigates, cases get solved. Or shit gets real ugly. On good days he manages both.
Today he’s just got himself locked in a room by someone who shut the door behind him while he was exploring. It’s a panic room so no windows… and the door is bullet proof.
Read the rest of Ian Lahey’s Matt Murphy Private Eye here.
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A selection of our most recent stories is available through the ‘Featured Stories’ link above.
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Thanks for dropping by!
Karl & Andrea