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Uniformly well written, amiable, smart and, in this age of literary narcissism, something unusual: almost wholly self-absorbed, yet self-effacing.
The Washington Post
Conroy combines improvisational oomph with meticulous control when writing about Wynton Marsalis and his own history at the pool table.
Seemingly effortless, entirely transportive.
Conroy delivers a running commentary on life in this collection of articles and essays, at once subtle and dazzling...
Highly enjoyable and illuminating..."Dogs Bark" is simply one of the best books published in a long, long time.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Interesting and well-done anthology Library Journal