– Leitch’s “Are We Winning?” Book Signing with Bernie Miklasz (May 14, 2010)
Our compadre Will Leitch was in town for a reading of his fantastic new “Are We Winning?” book with Bernie Miklasz. We were fortunate enough to partake in the festivities. (link)
– What? We Have a “Saucy Attitude”? (April 30, 2010)
Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch certainly thinks so, as he shoehorned in a gratuitous reference to JoeSportsFan.com’s infamous “Worthless Card Collection” in his daily 10@10 sampling. (link).
– “Blogs with Balls” Radio Interview (March 18, 2010)
The fellas behind the “Blogs with Balls” sports media conventions interviewed Matt Sebek to talk about expanding JoeSportsFan.com to a focus on the localized market of St. Louis. (link)
– The Riverfront Times (March 5, 2010)
Matt Sebek featured as one of St. Louis’ bloggers to read in 2010. They called us “irreverent” and “smart ass” – which is probably pretty accurate. (link)
– The Riverfront Times (March 2, 2010)
A hearty congratulations to the Riverfront Times for becoming the first St. Louis outlet to devote website real estate to coverage of our digital reindeer games. Suckers. But hey, we are NOT irreverent. Contemptuous, maybe. But NOT irreverent. (link)
– Parade Magazine (February 17, 2010)
Frankly, we’re still baffled how our very own Josh Bacott got fingered for Parade Magazine’s 2009 “What They Make…” feature (since he, like 99% of all bloggers, has another ‘real’ job). Nevertheless, his mug appeared again in the February 2010 issue. (link)
– St. Louis Magazine (May 2009)
We appeared in the May 2009 issue of St. Louis Magazine because, well, to be honest, we’re not sure. Nevertheless, it was fun exposing our low-budget greenscreen set to their readership. See that football in Sebek’s hand?? Yeah, that’s to let you, the stupid audience explicitly know that we talk about sports. It’s what we do. Otherwise, you would have no idea. You know, because you’re stoopit.
– Interview with “The Big Picture” (November, 2007)
Matt Sebek interviewed about JoeSportsFan.com. (link)