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Curt Smith

Biography

Curt Smith

Curt Smith is an acclaimed columnist, award-winning radio commenator and host, and author, his current book MERCY! A CELEBRATION OF FENWAY PARK'S CENTENNIAL TOLD THROUGH RED SOX RADIO and TV. He wrote more speeches than anyone for former President George H.W. Bush. The New York Times terms his work "the high point of Bush familial eloquence." Says commentator Juan Williams: "Curt Smith is a terrific talent."

Curt Smith

Books by Curt Smith

Edited by Curt Smith - Baseball, Essays, Nonfiction, Sports

To create this marvelous book, more than 150 writers, athletes, celebrities, politicians, presidents, and pundits were asked what baseball means to them. The answers came back with richness, wonder, insight, and poetry. A fascinating portrait of baseball's beautiful nuances, WHAT BASEBALL MEANS TO THAT marks the greatest collection of original essays ever written about the game. Accompanied by more than 200 classic baseball photographs, the voices in this book bring alive the game in all its venues-in the past and present, in wartime and hard times, in Cuba, in Wrigley Field or Yankee Stadium.