Bill Barich is the author of seven books, including Laughing in the Hills, named one of the hundred best sports books of all time. Other works include a novel, Carson Valley, and most recently a work of nonfiction, A Fine Place to Daydream: Racehorses, Romance, and the Irish. His new book, A Pint of Plain (Bloomsbury/Walker, 2009), is about the decline of the traditional Irish pub. A Guggenheim Fellow, and literary laureate of the San Francisco Public Library, Barich now lives and works in Dublin.
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|A fine place to daydream||Irish National characteristics|
|A pint of plain||Bars (Drinking establishments)|
|Crazy for rivers||Anecdotes|
|Hard to be good|
|Hat Creek & the McCloud (Canto bell ...|
|Laughing in the Hills (Hungry Mind Find)|
|Laughing in the hills||Horse racing|
|Long way home||Travel|
|Sporting Life, The|
|The Sporting Life|
|Traveling light||Voyages and travels|
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