Feature | Premium | May 29 2019

How to write a boxing book

Tris Dixon speaks speaks to two of the finest sportswriters around about how to write a boxing book
Boxing News
1951 09

ASK a well-read boxing fan to list their favourite 10, nay, five books and you will likely find work published by Thomas Hauser or Donald McRae at the summit.

They are two of the modern greats of the genre, authors who write lines you dream of being able to construct, who effortlessly succeed in generating the best quotes from the most timid interviewee and who can create a narrative so absorbing it can send you into a gloomy spiral knowing you have reached the end of something quite magnificent.

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