From D Magazine comes a bowling story by Michael J. Mooney.
The piece made me appreciate how fragile life is, how things can get spoiled–or at least be altered–so quickly. It also made me think about forgiveness and that having compassion is something you do to save yourself.
Check it out.
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When I finished reading “Blindsided: The Jerry Joseph Basketball Scandal” by Michael J. Mooney my first thought was how nice it will be to see the piece in the next edition of “The Best American Sports Writing.” The story features good reporting and is well-constructed. It is also written in the kind of clean, succinct prose that I love. Best of all, it took me somewhere unexpected, all without drawing attention to writing style. It is top-notch storytelling. I am a newcomer to Mooney’s work but he’s been around and is accomplished. Check out his website for more, and do yourself a favor: read this story.
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