© Steve Hermanos

STEVE

HERMANOS

STEVE HERMANOS



Steve Hermanos is a writer with wide-ranging interests. But his obsession with baseball is driving him to write a series of time-travel novels about the sport.

Steve has been profiled in the New York Times and other publications. He owned a sports bar, and was a baseball card dealer.

He is a consultant to the Helmar Baseball Art Card Company, and writes the backs of their 1933 Goudey-style cards. Steve plays softball in a beer-and-junk-food league in San Francisco, and coaches Little League.

BASEBALL POETRY

Steve wrote O, Gigantic Victory! The 2010 Championship Season, about the San Francisco Giants, the World Series, and the wider world of baseball and sports. The book attracted unexpectedly-large sales and attention.



After the Giants conquered the baseball world again, in 2012, Steve wrote Orange Waves of Giants!

 

O, Gigantic Victory! and Orange Waves of Giants! are available on all e-Readers as a combo book. Here's the Amazon link

FLOATING GIANTS!

 

 

A great World Series!

An intense 7th Game!

2014 World Champions!

3 in 5!

 Here's the Amazon link.

 

 

SPEAKING

With his background in comedy writing, and teaching, Steve is an outstanding speaker. Contact Steve to speak with your Bay Area group about sports, sportswriting, writing riveting stories, or how we can make poetry relevant in America. He's very pleased that an old acquaintance, Bob Dylan, won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Over the years Steve has had drinks with Dylan, Yankees manager Billy Martin, Prince Albert of Monaco, and sipped tea with a President's wife.

NOVELS

Steve is the author of the novel Strange Jazz, three unpublishd tomes, and of Going, Going, Gone.

 ADVANCE PRAISE FOR

GOING, GOING, GONE

 

"A rollicking rollercoaster ride through the essence of what makes America worthwhile."

-- David Henry Sterry, author, Satchel Sez (with Arielle Ekstut)

"An astonishing triple-play of baseball, time-travel, and unforgettable characters. It sent thrilling chills up my spine."

-- Zack Hample, author, Watching Baseball Smarter and The Ball

"A fascinating journey through time, filled with surprising twists and inside curves."

-- Hugh Delehanty, author, Eleven Rings (with Phil Jackson)



"A delight."

-- Lamar Herrin, author, Fractures and The Rio Loja Ringmaster

LISTEN

Listen to Steve belting out poetry, and having a great time on the Murph & Mac Show.



 

 

 

 

 

The surest way to contact Steve is by email: SteveHermanos (a.t.) y$a$h$oo dot com (text intentionally scrambled to fight spam).

 

Steve blasts out occasional notices on Facebook. Feel free to friend him.

SOLID CONTACT

 

 

The surest way to contact Steve is by email: SteveHermanos (a.t.) y$a$h$oo dot com (text intentionally scrambled to fight spam).

 

Steve blasts out occasional notices on Facebook. Feel free to friend him.

SOLID CONTACT

FUN BOOK REVIEWS

Steve reviews baseball books for the New York Journal of Books (click and scroll down).

www.NYJournalOfBooks.com


SPORTSWRITING

It was fun while it lasted! Steve's San Francisco's Marina Times sports columns: www.marinatimes.com/sports

PRAISE FOR

O, GIGANTIC VICTORY!

 

  "It's perfect!"

-- Ken Burns, filmmaker

  "Hermanos makes me hunger for

   the upcoming season."

-- George Vecsey, New York Times

  "Brilliant, and hilarious."

-- Brian Murphy, KNBR sports

   radio's Murph & Mac Show



  "He lets it all hang out!"

-- Andy Musser, ex-Philadelphia

   Phillies broadcaster