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
The tragedy that befell MarshallUniversity on November 14, 1970 is well known and will be a forever fascinating part of college football history. But what’s been revealed up until now contains a number of missing links.
Craig T.Greenlee’s newly-released November Ever After fills that void; with the details only a seasoned journalist could dig up, and with the reverence only someone personally touched by the tragedy could deliver.
Greenlee, a former defensive back at Marshall, discusses his memoir with host Calvin Patterson on the radio talk show Empowering YOU. The half-hour program will air on Monday, January 23 at 7 p.m. on WSNC-FM 90.5. The program will be available on the Internet as a live stream broadcast. Go to the WSNC web site click on “Listen to WSNC Live Online”, then choose from the following listening formats: mp3, iPhone, Android or Blackberry.
Here's a sampling of what Patterson and Greenlee will talk about:.
Significance of the plane crash;
The racial climate on Marshall’s campus and the impact of the tragedy on race relations;
The author’s satisfaction in accurately portraying aspects of the Marshall tragedy that have never been addressed -- until now.
Tune in on Monday night and discover more about November Ever After. It’s a story whose time has finally come. WSNC is a National Public Radio affiliate located on the campus of Winston-SalemStateUniversity (North Carolina).