Sunday, August 9, 2015

The Philadelphia Inquirer on Red Dirt: Tennis as Metaphor for Life

Frank Wilson, the retired books editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer, reviews Red Dirt very kindly in this Sunday's paper. "I am sure I didn't understand all the technical nuances, but I always got the gist," Wilson writes. "That's because Starnes shrewdly couches them in a way that makes the playing on the court seem so much a metaphor for life's vicissitudes and our own fleeting awareness." Check out the full review online.  For previous reviews and coverage, click here.

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