Friday, August 16, 2013
The Boston Red Sox & The Great Fenway Park Writers Series Proudly Present:
Tim Peeler – Poet of Baseball
Author of and Speaking on: “Waiting for Godot’s First Pitch: More Poems from Baseball”
Commonwealth Room – Hotel Commonwealth
500 Commonwealth Avenue (above the Kenmore Square “T” Stop)
$50 Per Person (includes an autographed copy of Waiting for Godot’s First Pitch)
Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org; 617-532-1017
Tim Peeler - Biographical Brief
A college educator from Hickory, North Carolina, Tim Peeler is past winner of the Jim Harrison Award for contributions to baseball literature. He has also received the Willie Peace Parker history award and been a finalist for the Casey Award for baseball book of the year.
His poems have been anthologized by Simon and Schuster, Time/Life Books, Southern Illinois Press, and have been used in an HBO documentary.
He has published six poetry books and four books on local and regional baseball history. His latest book is Checking Out from Hub City Press, a SIBA Award finalist.