Missing Martin Flanagan and Why I Subscribe to the Almanac

Edward P. Olsen reflects on an Almanac favourite: former writer for The Age and doyen of inviting prose, Martin Flanagan. In response to Flanagan’s absence from the paper’s pages, Edward has turned increasingly to the stories on this very site. [Wonderful – Ed.]

Names but no faces!

Good looking, handsome? Or not as envisaged! After many literal interactions on the Footy Almanac site, Jan Courtin ponders the visual, what do her fellow Almanackers look like? She hopes to find out on her return to Melbourne.

Finals Week 1 – Sydney v GWS: Loss equals Opportunity

In footy parlance a week is a long time unless that week belongs to Mathilde de Hauteclocque as she prepares for and recovers from the Swans QF.

Martin Flanagan profiles Long Bombs to Snake in The Age

Martin Flanagan has had a significant influence on sports writers and sports writing in Australia. He has profiled Long Bombs to Snake (our sports writing journal) in The Age.