Roger Angell is a Senior Fiction Editor for The New Yorker. His writing has appeared in many anthologies, including The Best American Sports Writing, The Best American Short Stories, The Best American Essays, and The Best American Magazine Writing. His own books include The Stone Arbor and Other Stories, A Day in the Life of Roger Angell, The Summer Game, A Pitcher’s Story, Game Time, and most recently, an autobiography, Let Me Finish. He has won a number of awards for his writing, including a George Polk Award for Commentary, a Kenyon Review Award for Literary Achievement, and the Michael Braude Award for Light Verse, presented by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. In 2011, he was the inaugural winner of the PEN/ESPN Lifetime Achievement Award for Literary Sports Writing. In 2014, Mr. Angell received the J.G. Taylor Spink Award, the highest honor given to writers by the Baseball Hall of Fame.