CANNACORN:

"The funniest baseball novel in recent memory."

The Boston Herald


THE YEAR OF THE GERBIL:

"A sharp eye and a fine, dry sense of humor."

The Boston Globe


THE YEAR OF THE GERBIL:

"A mere little book about baseball, in the sense that Moby Dick is merely a book about fishing."

Etaoin Shrdlu


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Con Chapman

Con Chapman is a Boston-area writer whose works include The Year of the Gerbil, a history of the 1978 Yankees-Red Sox pennant race, and two novels, Making Partner and CannaCorn (Joshua Tree Publishing).

He is the author of thirty plays, ten published, including "West of Boston," two related one-acts available through (JAC Publishing).

His articles and humor have appeared in national magazines and newspapers including The Atlantic Monthly, The Boston Globe, The Boston Globe Magazine and Salon.com, and he's a frequent contributor to The Boston Herald.

His humor is available in Kindle format on Amazon.com.