St. John, Bob J.
ST. JOHN, Bob J.
ST. JOHN, Bob J. American, b. 1937. Genres: Sports/Fitness, Biography, Essays, Novels. Career: Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX, sports columnist and writer, 1960-77, general columnist, 1977-. Creative writing instructor at El Centro College, Dallas. Lecturer on creative writing at colleges and high schools. Publications: We Love You Cowboys, 1972; (with S. Blair and R. Staubach) Staubach: First Down, Lifetime to Go (biography), 1974; The Dallas Cowboys (picture book), 1974; On down the Road: The World of the Rodeo Cowboy, 1977; Landry: The Man Inside (biography), 1979; Sketches in His Own Key (collected columns), 1981; Tex! The Man Who Built the Dallas Cowboys (biography), 1988; While the Music Lasts (collected columns), 1988; The Landry Legend: Grace under Pressure (biography), 1989; South Padre: The Island and Its People, 1991; Heart of a Lion: The Wild and Woolly Life of Bobby Layne (biography), 1991. NOVEL: The End of Autumn, 1985. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 800 Sherbrook, Richardson, TX 75080, U.S.A.