Resident cricket librarian and loved member of the cricket library community Matt Fiction established the Matt Fiction Book Club in 2004 to inspire a love of reading cricket books.
For those wishing to be a part of the club all you need to do is follow the following simple steps.
Step 1: Read and enjoy a cricket book.
Step 2: Think of someone you think would be enriched by reading the book.
Step 3: Ask that person for their best postal address if you do not have it.
Step 4: Write them a note and send with the book in the mail.
Step 5: Ask them to consider doing the same for someone else.
Step 6: Return to step one and start again
Please note, the above process can also be followed for
Intrepid cricket librarian Matt Fiction is back out on the road with another stirring cricket themed Haiku delivered from the side of the road in NSW Australia.
Intrepid Cricket Librarian shares yet another cricket themed Haiku poem from the side of the road in his travels around regional NSW, Australia. This gem is all about leg spin bowling and is sure to excite spinners from all walks of life.
Intrepid cricket librarian Matt Fiction has been on the road again and taken time out of his busy schedule to recite another magnificent cricket themed Haiku poem on the side of the road. This one will resonate with all of those skippers who know the feeling of winning the toss when conditions are perfect for batting.
Matt Fiction has been busily writing a series of cricket themed Haiku poems which he is planning on sharing from the side of the road in his travels throughout NSW Australia.
First cab of the rank is a stirring poem about GD McGrath and appropriately recited at the magnificent Glenn McGrath statue in Narromine NSW.
The greatest cricket books ever written, reviewed on the side of the road with Matt Fiction and Matt Ellis. In Episode IV we feature the work of MA Atherton OBE.
The Greatest Cricket Books Ever Written Reviewed On The Side Of The Road With Matt Fiction And Matt Ellis
Join resident librarian Matt Fiction on the side of the road as he and Matt Ellis review the greatest cricket books ever written.
This episode celebrates the work of JN Gillespie and Lawrie Colliver in producing
Dizzy The Jason Gillespie Story