Patrick J. Sauer
Patrick Sauer grew up in Montana and now lives in Brooklyn. He’s written for the Times, GQ, Smithsonian, Fast Company, and a bunch of places that no longer exist. Check him out at patricksauer.contently.com or @pjsauer.
The Gospel of ‘Bull Durham,’ According to Ron Shelton
The director of what many consider to be the greatest baseball movie of all time reflects on the fisticuffs that took place on set, getting edit notes from Donald Trump and what Crash Davis would think about the National League now having a designated hitter
The Very Emo Reformation of Chris Jones
The former ‘Esquire’ tough guy and author of the new book ‘The Eye Test’ has gone from social media pugilist to wanting to help everyone unlock their most creative selves
The Man Behind ‘Pam & Tommy’ on His Fascination with Sad-Sack Men, Pamela Anderson’s Resiliency and Crafting the Perfect Animatronic Penis
Showrunner Robert Siegel, the former editor-in-chief of ‘The Onion’ and the screenwriter of ‘The Wrestler,’ takes us through his Hulu recreation of the sex scandal that defined the 1990s — and forever tore down the veil of celebrities’ private lives