Dialogue: More Than Just Talk
People talk. We’re always talking. If you go anywhere, you’ll notice people constantly talking. Our age of social media is just another form of talk; texting and talking on our phones, reading on our phones, reading what people are talking to us about. As an exercise, perhaps even a punishment, some...
A Passion to Ride, A Passion to Race
You head out on your Surly Pacer as the dappled sunlight glints off its shiny steel frame. You leave a day of work and those cares behind you as you pedal. Your body, slightly stiff from a day of holding itself up in office chairs while you hunched over a keyboard, begins to feel both looser and...
We Ride With the Cicadas
As you pedal through the heart of the town and head out of Oberlin, you’re immediately hit with a din, something between a buzzing and chirping, a crackling that grows louder and louder. At first I thought it was buzzing electricity, transmission from the municipal power plant as I rode past that....
When Writers Do Bad Things to Editors
Mostly when writers do bad things, the main bad thing they do is write badly. But that’s not all of it. There’s a lot of related behavior that comes with writing badly that compounds what writers are doing, or not doing. In the article, “When Editors Do Bad Things to Your Book,” I highlighted the...
When Editors Do Bad Things To Your Book
Okay, so you got that contract, you’ve worked long days and nights maybe taking in a bit more caffeine than you ordinarily would, and you’ve got that thing done. Your book is a beast, a beast at times you hated but ultimately it’s a lovable beast, and you’re satisfied. Congratulations, you’ve...
If You’re Very Overweight
If you are fifty or one hundred or more pounds overweight, you don’t need anybody to tell you what you want to do. You want to lose that excess weight—permanently. You want it to be the last time you have to do this. You also know that before you undertake any serious weight loss program,...
(Sports Profile) The Pride And The Passion Of The Game's Greatest Player, Michael Jordan. Originally appeared in Preview Sports NBA Basketball 1996-1997. Click to read
Brett Favre, Serious About Winning
(Sports Profile) The personal trials of the great Green Bay quarterback and Super Bowl Winner. Originally appeared in Preview Sports Pro Football 1997 Magazine. Click to read
Tiger Burnished Bright
(Sports Profile) He is on the verge of establishing himself as the greatest golfer who ever played the game. First published in Legends Sports Magazine. Click to...
Dale Earnhardt Jr., The Man in Red
(Sports Profile) The most popular driver in NASCAR carries on the Earnhardt racing tradition. Legends Sports Magazine, May 2007 issue Click to read
Rape of a City: The Moving of the Cleveland Browns
(Sports Analysis) The story of Art Modell's legendary civic treachery along with the city's impassioned response. Originally appeared in Preview Sports Pro Football 1996 Magazine. Click to Read
Muscle, Smoke & Mirrors (Vol. I): A Work of Majesty
Book by Randy Roach, Review by Greg Sushinsky Into the world of bodybuilding writing and thinking enters the heaviest of heavyweights, gravity comes not from its size or the number of pages, but from the quality of its content, the mastery of its author’s insight. All at once, this major work from...
Click to Read Financial Articles written by Greg Sushinsky for InvestorPlace, Wyatt Investment Research, Investopedia, Equities and others.