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Mike Sielski

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Born in New Brunswick, N.J., and raised just outside Philadelphia, Mike Sielski (1975-) is the author of "Fading Echoes: A True Story of Rivalry and Brotherhood from the Football Field to the Fields of Honor." In 2005, he co-authored the book "How to Be Like Jackie Robinson: Life Lessons from Baseball's Greatest Hero" with Pat Williams. A 1997 graduate of La Salle University and a 1998 graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, Sielski has been the sports columnist for Calkins Media, a chain of daily newspapers in suburban Philadelphia, since 2003.

Glenn Lewis

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Glenn Lewis is Director of Journalism at York College, CUNY. He is also a Professor at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, where he has long taught a popular Nonfiction Book Writing Seminar.Lewis, a veteran journalist, has written about sports and a wide range of other subjects. His work has appeared in Publishers Weekly, Sport, Car & Driver, Seventeen, Family Weekly, Library Journal, and the Philadelphia Inquirer, among many others publications. In 1980, Lewis spent several months covering Joe Frazier and his inner circle during a crossroads in the legendary fighter's life and career....