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Phil Hanrahan

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Phil Hanrahan is the Director of Reviews for Zola Books and has more than two decades of experience in writing and publishing. Author of the sports book Life After Favre, Phil has taught writing at Marquette University, managed book publicity for Oxford University Press, ghostwritten a business book, edited manuscripts for literary agents, and published more than 40 book reviews and magazine articles. Media aide for a presidential aspirant during the 2004 election, he recently teamed with an Emmy-winning director to script a documentary film about a journey through the Canadian Arctic’s legendary Northwest Passage. Phil graduated summa cum laude from Middlebury College, studied literature at Oxford, and holds an M.A. in English from Duke.

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The world’s wildest runs and most exciting mountains. The daredevil feats of extreme skiers. The history of the ski, skiing’s greatest adventures, the most...

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Already missing pigskin? Phil Hanrahan, author of Zola's special edition of Life After Favre, recommends 6 gridiron reads to tide you over till fall—or...

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In telling the story of the 1985 Super Bowl-winning Chicago Bears in Monsters, Chicago native and passionate Bears fan Rich Cohen has written a book...

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“One-offs,” said producer Lynda Obst with a wry smile. “They call them one-offs.” On a rainy New York night at the Strand bookstore on lower...

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After an opening Roth quip expressing hope that his death precedes the release of his biography, we hear straightaway from a pair of women,...

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