To my new readers:


To people who know me from my day job, radio guest spots or previous blogs:

Welcome back.

What you’ve stumbled across is my latest, most polished foray into the blogosphere.

A decade’s worth of my best work collected on a single site.

A place to highlight my newest, most noteworthy pieces as they hit the news.

And, of course, a place to riff on the latest developments in sports, social issues and the space where the two overlap.

To learn more about me and the new blog click here, but while you’re here let me point out some important facts about this site and the writer behind it.

First, I love narrative journalism and a few years back my narrative non-fiction earnedme the National Newspaper Award for Sports Writing.

Second, I write about more than sports.

Third, don’t misunderstand me — I still dig sports.  And I love boxing more than any other because it brings the best out of me as a writer.

But instead of listening to me talk about what I do look around the site and find out for yourself, and if you like what you read visit often or subscribe because I plan to update frequently.

4 Responses to “About”
  1. Hey Morgan. Thank you for sharing this with me. I truly enjoy reading your stories and blogs… very IMPRESSIVE 🙂 Please keep me up to date with all of your new materials and I will definitely email them out to others to read as well. I am still a “little” person on the “sports journalist” pole but I am continuing to grind and stay focused. I admire and respect those like you and your work and it only makes me work harder. Awesome work and continue to be blessed! Sharee

    Btw, nice picture 🙂

    • thanks for the support and feedback…. you should subscribe!

      • Derek Gray says:

        read your article on Premier Fitness at T.O Star, the second cheque just bounced on Friday
        more than likely not ever going to get the $164.98 for the new membership at GoodLife.

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