In the grand tradition of those early sports pulp, Airship 27 Productions offers up a quartet of exceptional sports stories by today's best fiction writers all set in the 1930s.
Terrence McCauley delivers up the tale of a former moonshiner looking to make his fortune on dirt tracks of stock-car racing. J. Walt Layne details one of the first interracial college football games ever played. Up next, John Rose gets us into the ring with a boxing prodigy from the hills of Kansas, and then Fred Adams Jr., offers up a barnstorming adventure with the Negro Baseball League Moline Wizards.
Four pulse-pounding stories of men who dared to challenge the status quo and, through their skills and courage, achieved victory both on and off the playing fields of America. This premier volume also includes a bonus true-life memoir from Richard Kellogg recalling his first deer hunting experience with a beloved uncle.
All American Sports Stories is for all sports fans, young and old alike.