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Andy Frye

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    I have spent a decade writing about sports and pop culture for ESPN and Rolling Stone, where I’ve covered everything from the NFL to roller derby. Currently, I interview athletes and sports legends for Forbes.

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  1. Ninety Days in the '90s is a story (MS complete, 8th draft) about a failed Wall Street trader-turned-record store owner who time travels to the mid-'90s to "reboot" her life. For any of you 1990s music aficionados out there each chapter is named for a seminal 1990s album or song. (Chapter 1 is only five pages. Sorry if this post is long.) Chapter 1 — Sell Out Darby looked out toward the stacks and aisles in Martin’s old record store. Nothing mattered anymore but starting over, and she was taking that and this new gig day by day. It was easily 10:45 A.M before she finally flicke
  2. NINETY DAYS IN THE '90s — 7 assignments 1 — STORY STATEMENT Darby Perdue is not—repeat not—experiencing FOMO. (Or, is she?) She’s failed on Wall Street and failed in her relationships. Now she’s returned home to Chicago to take over Revolver Records, a choice music Mecca once owned by her recently departed favorite uncle, Martin. Her days at the record store are fun and filled with chats and debates about music, thanks to Spacey and the shop's other colorful and opinionated employees. But Darby regrets some of her life decisions and commitment-phobia. She longs for her carefree t
  3. About me: I have spent a decade writing about sports and pop culture for ESPN and Rolling Stone, covering everything from the NFL to roller derby. Currently, I interview athletes and sports legends for Forbes. 

     

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