"Going the Distance occupies a strange place within the narrative of Joyce's own career: in some ways it is an early, pre-hypertext work; in another ways it is typical of how his career has moved back and forth between print and other media. . . . [the novel] tells the story of Jack Flynn, a recently retired star pitcher who is recovering from what initially seems to be amnesia." -- Daniel Punday, "A World in Numbers: A Review of Michael Joyce, Going the Distance," Electronic Book Review
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The Michael Joyce Collection
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This copy was given by Michael Joyce to the Electronic Literature Lab in Summer of 2021.
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