This is a book about running, but it’s also a book about life.
Jeff Cann, a life-long runner, is now in his fifties. Deep in the descending arc of his running career, he decides to kick it up a notch. This book chronicles his often misguided attempts to turn himself into a Bad Ass, Back Woods, Trail Runner. Sometimes lighthearted, sometimes not, Jeff touches on many topics relatable to runners… and pretty much everyone else.
This eBook is free.
Fragments – a memoir: Jeff Cann has achieved the improbable. He has taken an honest look at himself. The twenty-four stories that comprise this book range from serious and sad to funny and uplifting. And they all include an element of raw, self-analysis. These well-crafted stories each stand on their own, but together they form a mosaic, a picture of a life in transformation.
Available now on Amazon.com.
an interesting book about an intriguing person…
beautiful… a powerful read…
— Comments from a bunch of people no one knows.
Various essays appearing on the Good Men Project website.
The following stories have appeared in Like the Wind Magazine (a cool British ink and paper publication exploring ‘Why we run.’
- Grunting (Symphony of Sounds) appearing in issue #7
- On Death and Living and Running appearing in issue #8
- Not tonight, thanks (Beer Running) appearing in issue #10
- LSD appearing in issue#13
- The Fluoride Treatment appearing in issue #18
- Slog appearing in issue #22
Undercrust – A blogsite with various older essays on topics including mental health, running, music and culture.