Monthly Archives: March 2015

First Biography of DC Basketball Legend Elgin Baylor Available

Teaching For Change bookstores, in Washington, DC’s Busboys & Poets, offers the first biography of Elgin Baylor:



DC Book Event at Catholic U. Barnes & Noble in May

I will be reading from the book Martha’s Vineyard Basketball: How a Resort League Defied Notions of Race & Class, at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at Catholic University in D.C., on Thursday, May 14, at 6:30 p.m. Hope to see you there:


D.C. Bookstore to Host Event for “Martha’s Vineyard Basketball”

DC readers, a book event for Martha’s Vineyard Basketball, is in the works for the Barnes & Noble at Catholic University. I will share the reading date once it is known.


Washingtonians Can Find “Martha’s Vineyard Basketball” at Politics & Prose Bookstore

Washington’s Bijan C. Bayne has a new book that is available locally, at Politics & Prose bookstore on Connecticut Avenue, N.W.:


BET Names “Martha’s Vineyard Basketball” A Thing You Gotta Have

BET names Martha’s Vineyard Basketball a March “Things You Gotta Have”:!030415-Celeb-March-You-Gotta-Have-It-Marthas-Vineyard-Basketball


Martha’s Vineyard Basketball to be Reviewed in April Issue of “SLAM”

DC basketball author Bijan C. Bayne’s new book on summer and winter basketball on Martha’s Vineyard, will be reviewed in SLAM magazine in April. Stories about Washington players, from Amaury Bannister in the late 1960’s, to Asil and Jade Cash thirty years later, are central to the story.