Joe Queenan's acerbic riffs on movies, sports, books, politics, and many of the least forgivable phenomena of pop culture have made him one of the most popular humorists and commentators of our time. In Closing Time, Queenan turns his sights on a more serious and personal topic: his childhood in a Philadelphia housing project in the early 1960s.
"I don't understand"
Joe Queenan turns his attention to a weighty issue: the wide world of sports fans. "Fans Who Love Too Much" shows the plight of men who, like the author, resort to psychotherapy to deal with their addiction. "Fans Who Misbehave" attempts to deconstruct otherwise solid citizens who, once they enter a stadium, spill beer on women. True Believers
"Hits the nail on the head"