For years the “Fenway Fiction” series has chronicled the Boston Red Sox through short stories, novels, plays, and poetry. Now the series comes to a conclusion in “Final Fenway Fiction”, and the book’s 23 contributors touch every base.
Cornerstone Book Publishers and series editor Adam Emerson Pachter released “Final Fenway Fiction” last month.
You’ll travel back to Babe Ruth’s time and a thousand years into the future, visit the beaches of Normandy and Big Papi’s favorite Dominican restaurant. You’ll cheer from the Fenway stands and the coast of Ireland, revisit World Series highs and late September swoons.
Ever since 2005, the Fenway Fiction series has chronicled the Boston Red Sox through short stories, novels, plays, and poetry.
The third and the final installment of the Fenway Fiction series, which began in 2005, includes a story by Timothy Gager called “Six Facts about Influencing Baseball in Heaven”, where God ends up telling Harry Agganis that he’d better forget about the Red Sox.