Elliot Raff, author for BoSoxBlog, attends Newton North High School in Newtonville, MA, a suburb of Boston. He has been watching Red Sox games since the age of 5 and has written in sports sections for Bigelow Middle School’s The Bigelow Beat and Newton North’s award-winning paper, the Newtonite. Feel free to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matt Casey is a Massachusetts native and a graduate from the UMass Amherst journalism program. He currently lives in Pennsylvania and works as a staff reporter at The Evening Sun, but he plans to return to Massachusetts when life allows it.
Born in Rhode Island, Aaron has obsessed over the Red Sox since 1986 when his twelve year old heart was broken by Bill Buckner. One of Aaron’s first jobs was with the Pawtucket Red Sox where he learned the art of throwing peanut-bags and how to spit. After moving to Los Angeles, where he was forced to root for the Angels, Aaron spent five years in the Army planting the Red Sox flag on three continents. He now lives in Washington, D.C. with his girlfriend Katie where he splits his time working on human rights, fly fishing, and following the Sox. Drop him a line at email@example.com .
Carolyn Kimpel was born in Boston. She majored in creative writing and photography at University of Redlands, and was known for starting brawls with Yankee fans and trying to convert the state of California into Red Sox fans. She is now living in Galway, Ireland getting her MA in writing, and trying to convert a country into Sox fans so she’ll have a proper pub to finally watch the games at.