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Sunday, January 23, 2005 

Much Afoot...

Been holed up the last couple weeks banging out the last of the three scripts to "Sundown," my upcoming Western horror miniseries. Official announcement of publication date should be coming within the next couple weeks. I've also been asked to write a screenplay of same, so that'll be an enjoyable challenge. On the mag front, two sports articles on tap--a profile of Chicago Cubbie HOF'er Ryne Sandberg and a feature on the 84-85 Memphis State Tigers basketball team, which went from the Final Four straight to hell. Just turned in a first-person piece on Atlanta's tennis scene, which was a hell of a lot of fun to write...maybe too much fun. I haven't yet heard if my editor liked it or not...

Official announcements/links/images coming soon. Till then, more multimedia.

Oh, and while somebody still needs to teach Mike Vick how to connect on passes that are between 1 and 10 yards, I don't feel all that bad about the Falcons' season ending this afternoon. It's like the Braves in '91--there are still many more tomorrows than yesterdays to this dynasty.

Bio

Jay Busbee runs Yahoo! Sports' NASCAR Blog From The Marbles, Atlanta Magazine's Atlanta sports blog Right Down Peachtree, and the Southern sports/humor blog Sports Gone South. He also writes for damn near anybody who'll throw him a buck and a byline, and he's at work on the books The Quiet Dynasty: The History Of The Atlanta Braves' Championship Run (2009, Sports Publishing LLC) and God Is A Bulldog: Georgia, Florida, And The Greatest Play In College Football History (2010, Sports Publishing LLC). Click below for more info on his novels, articles, and comics.
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