When a hazing scandal rocks a small Montana town’s championship season, deep fault lines reveal how much hope weighs on its young athletes.
Jeff Hull is the author of the novel Pale Morning Done and the essay collection Streams of Consciousness. His articles have appeared in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, The Atlantic, Fortune, FastCompany, Outside, Men’s Journal and many other national magazines. He has worked as a fishing guide in Montana and Tahiti and as a copywriter at major advertising agencies in New York and San Francisco. He lives in Montana and New York City.