One of the great basketball novels written. Dark, funny and compassionate that will remind you what it means to be alive.
“A seriously talented writer, Roberge is an explorer of the everyday. Chicken franchises. Florida. The micro-politics of sex. That's where this book lives.” —Francois Camoin, winner of the Flannery O'Connor Short Fiction Award
"What we need are more stories that back us into corners. We need books that show teetch, and Roberge has given us one in Drive." --Darrell Spencer, winner of the Drue Heinz Award
"Drive lets you know the world isn't always as simple as winning and losing, it's sometimes just enough to survive." --Tod Goldberg, author of Gangsterland
ABOUT ROB ROBERGE
Rob Roberge is the author of four books of fiction, the most recent being The Cost of Living, as well as the memoir, Liar. he teaches creative writing and his work has been widely anthologized. He also plays guitar and sings with the Los Angeles-based band the Urinals.