After the second annual Dan Jenkins Medal for Excellence in Sportswriting, a conversation about the past and future of the industry.
Don't laugh, Fort Worth isn't funny.
The legendary Dan Jenkins has been covering sports since the forties. Things have not improved.
The pride of Paschal High became the first living sportswriter to be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on Monday night.
The 82-year-old Fort Worth sportswriting legend and World Golf Hall of Famer lights up Twitter with his missives from Augusta National.
Curious about the reading habits of sportswriter Dan Jenkins? Read on.
On Texas cuisine.
As the father of the golf novel (exhibit A: Dead Solid Perfect, circa 1974), Fort Worth’s Dan Jenkins holds license in perpetuity to exercise the genre’s clichés, which he does with relish in The Franchise Babe. Self-absorbed pro golfers and sizzling golf moms in “jacked-up minis” are just
Three cheers for Sportswriter High.
Dan Jenkins has just published his eighth novel. It’s called Rude Behavior. Spend a few hours with him and you’ll know why.