Glenn Stout is the author, editor, or ghostwriter of more than seventy books, including Red Sox Century, Yankees Century, Nine Months at Ground Zero, and Young Woman and The Sea: How Trudy Ederle Conquered the English Channel and Inspired the World. He has been the series editor for The Best American Sports Writing since the series's inception in 1991. Stout writes a monthly column for Boston Baseball and has dozens of articles and columns in publications such as The New York Observer, ESPN.com, Runner's World, The Sporting News, USA Today's Baseball Weekly, Baseball America, Sports Illustrated, and Boston Magazine. He has written the text for thirty-nine titles in the best-selling series of Matt Christopher children's sports biographies, and he has appeared on NPR, HBO, CNN, ESPN and other media outlets. His most recent book is Fenway 1912, which Sports Illustrated writes "promises to make all other books about Fenway's construction and first season obsolete."