Description This one-year journal is the unfolding story of a writer, walker, husband, father, former teacher, and ex-college football player. It’s the story of 54-year-old man who thinks, creates, dreams, doubts, regrets, and who writes honestly and fearlessly of his past and present life. Thursday, January 27, 1994—The Man Who Discovered Me For the past […]
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TWO WHOLE BOOKS AND A COLLECTION OF ARTICLES AND RADIO INTERVIEWS
Description A Beginning Writer’s Journal: 1970-1972 reveals what Joseph Sutton went through to finish the first writing project of his life, a novel about his experimental teaching experience at an inner-city high school in Los Angeles. Although Sutton struggled with bouts of writer’s block and fluctuation of moods, this book shows how he evolved to […]
“Anti-intellectualism gives rise to the most extreme, the most morally deplorable, form of sloth. It is to be found in persons for whom the ultimate objectives in life are the maximization of pleasure, money, fame, or power…” —Mortimer J. Adler, teacher and philosopher “America, it is time to awaken. The head of our government is […]
In the Time of My Life: Selected Writings is a collection of Joseph Sutton’s best writing over a period of fifty years. This compilation of stories and chapters is extracted from Sutton’s eight books, including selected chapters from his three novels. Morning Pages: The Almost True Story of My Life is about a writer finding […]
“Enough is Enough.” “Congress: Value kids’ lives more than NRA $.” “The Second Amendment says: A well regulated militia…Well Regulated!” “Ready Aim VOTE”
“I’ve written about the two previous World Series seasons of 2010 and 2012, why not write a third book combining all three championship seasons? And that’s what I did.”
What caused Bruce Gardner to put a bullet through his temple on the pitching mound at USC with his college diploma in one hand, a gun in the other and his All-American trophy nearby?
The cover with Tim Lincecum on the left was about the 2010 World Series season. The cover with Pablo Sandoval in the middle was about the 2010 and 2012 World Series seasons. The cover with Madison Bumgarner on the right incorporates the text of all three World Series seasons.
The life and work of a writer is often a mixture of fact and fiction. Yet for many writers some of the best stories they share come from real life, especially their own. This can be said of San Francisco-based writer Joseph Sutton who has recently published a semi-autobiographical work called The Life and Death of Abraham Massry and Other Stories.
Marty Lurie, San Francisco radio sports show host, interviewing author Joseph Sutton about his book, “The YEARS the Giants Won the Series.”
Called a “love letter to baseball” by national radio sports show host Damon Bruce, what inspired you to write about the Giants? Answer: I’m an avid Giants fan, and since I’m a writer, many times I kill two birds with one stone by not only watching the games on TV but by writing my reaction to them as the game unfolds.
The YEARS the Giants Won the Series
“I’ve read most of Joseph Sutton’s books and find him to be the most readable writer I’ve ever read.” —Emily Williams, storyteller
Kim McMillon, host of Arts in the Valley at radio station KYOS-AM, interviews Joseph Sutton about four of his books: Morning Pages, The YEARS the Giants Won the Series, Highway Sailor and My Writing Year.
I just finished reading an article on the Internet—”What is it Like to Teach Black Students?”—by Christopher Jackson, a white history teacher who taught in a predominantly black high school in a southeastern state.
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It may have taken him over 40 years to get his book published, but San Francisco author Joseph Sutton is proud and excited about his latest novel A Class of Leaders. Set in 1969 at a black ghetto high school in South Central Los Angeles, the names have been changed but the words of the students are taken from Sutton’s real life experience as a teacher.