The Most Remarkable Play of the Year

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“The most remarkable play of the year” – sounds like a theater review – and there is definitely theater in it – but this play lasted no more than 30 seconds, and very likely nothing like it has ever been seen before, and very likely will never be seen again.

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Fitzgerald’s 1928: Everything Old is New

George Kirsch2

A man came up to me with a book in his hands.

I had just stepped off the field at historic New Bridge Landing after playing a vintage baseball game – no gloves, 1864 rules.  I have my own books to sell so I know how it feels to share work into which you’ve put your soul.  But I could not talk.  I was rushing to an old-style daguerreotype team photo where the pose has to be held for ten minutes.  After that, I could not find him anywhere.   That book is the newest addition to the Fitzgerald’s 1928 Writers’ Bookshelf. 

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