A memoir written by a former teammate who knew most of the people who died in the tragic 1970 plane crash that nearly wiped out Marshall University's football team. Moviegoers loved the film "We Are Marshall," but the Silver Screen version doesn't tell the whole story. Go to the Amazon.com website, read the reviews, and you'll discover that this is a story whose time has finally come. Author's email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Talk show host: my interview was 'so enlightening'
My interview with Craig Greenlee about his memoir November Ever After was so enlightening. His passion for sharing his and other Marshall family members’ stories resonated over the airwaves.
Determined to reveal the missing links to the MarshallUniversity story in 1970, he educated me on the rich history that took place surrounding the horrible period in many individuals’ lives.
I truly appreciate Mr. Greenlee contributing to such an integral piece of sports history that the general public either knows nothing about, or just one side of the story. Although We Are Marshall was an excellent film, I look forward to reading about the numerous stories, points of views and experiences of those voices that were lost and were viewed as distant memories. Craig Greenlee carries such conviction and passion in his heart and I appreciate him committing to writing a story that needs to be told -- November Ever After.
Gyasmine George is the host of the sports talk show “Female Field Guide.” The show airs on Sundays at (Pacific Standard Time) on blog talk radio.