Stainback, Berry

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STAINBACK, Berry. American, b. 1935. Genres: Sports/Fitness, Biography, Documentaries/Reportage, Adult non-fiction. Career: Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) Pictures, New York, NY, publicity writer, 1960; Sport (magazine), assistant managing editor, 1961-64, managing editor, 1965-67, executive editor, 1975-76, editor, 1977-79; Life (magazine), associate editor in articles department, 1967-72; New Times (magazine), managing editor, 1972; True (magazine), editor, 1973; CBS Publications, editor of sports annuals, 1980-82; School of Visual Arts, faculty advisor to student newspaper, 1982-83; assistant managing editor of the official souvenir program of the 1984 Summer and 1988 Winter Olympic Games, 1983-84, 1986; Sports Inc. (magazine), managing editor, 1987; freelance author. Publications: NONFICTION: Pro Football Forecast for 1969, 1969; Pro Basketball Forecast for 1969-70, 1969; How the Pros Play Football, 1970; Pro Football Heroes of Today, 1973; A Very Different Love Story: Burt and Linda Pugach's Intimate Account of Their Triumph Over Tragedy, 1976; (with J. Pepitone) Joe, You Coulda Made Us Proud, 1975; (with E. Weaver) It's What You Learn After You Know It All That Counts, 1982, rev ed, 1983; (with K. Stabler) Snake, 1986; (with A. Goldstein) Overcoming Agoraphobia: Conquering Fear of the Outside World, 1987; (with F. Robinson) Extra Innings, 1988; (with P. Ragonese) The Soul of a Cop, 1991. Address: c/o Mel Berger, William Morris Agency, 1325 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019, U.S.A.