Shakespeare On Golf

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Hyperion, Dec 18, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
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In a witty, winning gift book for the literary golfer, the Bard's superior counsel and sophisticated witticisms are trained on the the subject of golf. Filled with hilarious cartoons, "Shakespeare on Golf" provides a groundbreaking look at the fairways that aren't always so fair.

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About the author (1997)

John Tullius is the Founder and Director of The Maui Writers Conference. He has written 15 books including co-authoring the bestsellers Body of a Crime and Against the Law. He has also written scores of articles for dozens of magazines including Cosmopolitan, Playboy and Town and Country, and was a contributing editor at Tennis Magazine.

Dennis Stacy was the editor of the monthly Mufon UFO Journal from 1985 to 1997. He received the 1995 Donald E. Keyhoe Journalism Award for a six-part series on UFOs that appeared in Omni. He is also the author of The Marfa Lights: A Viewer's Guide, and, most recently, he coedited UFOs 1947-1997: Fifty Years of Flying Saucers with Hilary Evans.

Patrick Huyghe is the author of the first volume in this series, The Field Guide to Extraterrestrials (Avon Books, 1996). His articles on UFOs have appeared in the New York Times, Omni, and other magazines. With Dennis Stacy, he also edits and publishes The Anomalist, a print and web-based journal that explores the mysteries of science, history, and nature.

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