A piece in The New Yorker

by | Dec 15, 2022 | 1 comment

I’m so excited to share that a piece I’ve had on my heart starting around last April in anticipating this year’s World Cup has been published in The New Yorker. You can find it here.


December 15, 2022

1 Comment

  1. Donna

    I’m always so pleased to see a post of yours appear in my feed. I’ve been reading your blog since 2010 and think I have only commented a couple of times. Your posts often resonate with me and especially this one. I’m from the UK, and football… not soccer! 😉 is a massive part of our culture. I’m not a massive fan and just watched the England matches in this year’s World Cup.

    I was very moved by your sentiment “I wish there were some kind of stoppage time in life to add back what you’ve lost at the end—all the injuries, arguments, and close calls.”


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