Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on http://slam.canoe.ca and was written by Greg Oliver.
Sometimes an autobiography comes out that, for whatever reason, doesn’t get the attention it deserves. Maybe it is a small publisher, or the subject isn’t well-known enough, or doesn’t do the usual media rounds of interviews and podcasts.
It certainly happened with The Last Outlaw, written by Stan Hansen and Scott Teal, which was printed in 2011.
Hansen isn’t one to hit the fan fest circuit, hawking his book, shaking hands and kissing babies. And that’s just one reason to love him, and to seek out a copy of The Last Outlaw.