Breakaway Books

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Breakaway Books

P.O. Box 24
Halcottsville, NY 12438
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Website:
www.breakawaybooks.com
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Genres
Publishes literary and thoughtful writing on sports — fiction, poetry, and essays on the athletic experience. We also have a separate list of boatbuilding and boating books, with a soft spot for small craft, mostly paddle and sail.
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Fiction

General Fiction

Non-Fiction

Sports
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SeanMurray
05/26/2010 11:55 AM
From the website:
Breakaway Books publishes literary and thoughtful writing on sports, fiction, poetry, and essays on the athletic experience. We are interested in the emotional and metaphysical side of sports, the inner life of the athlete. We also celebrate the many ways sport can serve as muse for excellent writing, both serious and playful.

We also have a separate list of boatbuilding and boating books, with a soft spot for small craft, mostly paddle and sail.
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