AWARDS & HONORS
Nautilus Book Award Winner
The Concussion Crisis has won a 2012 Nautilus Silver Award, in the category of Conscious Media, Journalism, and Investigative Reporting. The Nautilus Awards “recognize books that promote spiritual growth, conscious living, and positive social change as they stimulate the imagination and inspire the reader to new possibilities for a better life and a better world.” For the category honoring The Concussion Crisis, the judging committee cited “intelligent, thoughtful reporting on current or newsworthy events,” as well as “distinguished literary and heartfelt contributions to positive social change.” Past winners of Nautilus Book Awards include the Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, Barbara Kingsolver, and Dr. Mehmet Oz.
Visit the Nautilus Book Awards website
A Boston Globe Best Book of the Year
In The Boston Globe’s annual “Best of the Year” section, The Concussion Crisis was selected among the top ten sports books of 2011. Declaring it “required reading for players at all levels, parents, and coaches,” critic Bill Littlefield ranked The Concussion Crisis high among the ten best books that were about sports but that also had “much to offer beyond statistics.”
Read the “Best of the Year” article