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'Rushin's strength is his descriptive and playful prose.'―The Minneapolis Star Tribune

'[Rushin's] childhood, from the ages of 3 to 13, was perfectly encapsulated in the 1970s, and he

celebrates the excesses and excitement of the decade with ardor.... Rushin's everykid upbringing

and the touchstones of childhood he recounts make Sting-Ray Afternoons a fun-filled and

charming trip.'―Booklist'In his funny, elegiac memoir Sting-Ray Afternoons, Rushin

mines...ineffably familiar terrain with a sense of irony and deep affection, working hard to capture

the look and feel of the 1970s...Much of what Rushin writes about - the Sears Christmas Wish

Book, leaded gasoline, Johnny Carson's many vacations - will strike a chord with anyone who, like

me, grew up in that era. What makes the book more than just late-baby-boomer nostalgia is the

writing, which is knowing and funny.'―Jim Zarroli, NPR'Magnificent... You will not read a better

book this summer - and maybe well into the fall and winter, too.'―New York Post'Sting-Ray

Afternoons is [Rushin's] story of growing up in Bloomington in the 1970s. It's a lighthearted,

sentimental look back at a Minnesota childhood with a twist of wryness... Rushin's told-with-asmile

stories of childhood are worth the trip: bundling into a snowmobile suit in winter, piling into

the Ford LTD Country Squire for a cross-country summer vacation, making mild mischief with

neighborhood friends, and one memorable disaster when nature called and wouldn't be kept

waiting. All seen through that gauzy, yellowish filter that blurs memory with Dad's Super 8

movies.'―Casey Common,Minneapolis Star Tribune Steve Rushin is the author of Road

Swing, which was named 'Top 100 Sports Books of All Time'. He previously worked for Sports

Illustrated and has filed stories for the magazine from all seven continents, including Antarctica.

His work has been anthologized in The Best American Sports Writing, The Best American Travel

Writing and The Best American Magazine Writing collections, with essays appearing in Time

magazine and The New York Times. He lives in Minnesota.

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