Steve Rushin has a new memoir, “Nights in White Castle,” scheduled for release this spring. It focuses on the 1980s as high school and college lead to his career at Sports Illustrated. Rushin, and wife, basketball legend and sportscaster Rebecca Lobo, sat down to good-naturedly discuss his book and their lives in Connecticut.
While it seems on the surface as a cute little memoir, kind of A Christmas Story thing, it is clear when reading “Sting-Ray Afternoons” and I assume your new book, “Nights in White Castle,” there is a more personal ulterior motive. What is your intent as you continue the story of you?