My story on Phil Ivey from last summer was selected as one of 2017’s Notable Stories by the Best American Sports Writing anthology.

I won the Sidney Award from the Hillman Foundation for my story about cockfighting and ICE in De Queen, Arkansas. Read the press release and an interview with me here. 

I went on The Carter Bryant Show on 107.1FM in South Arkansas to discuss my cockfighting story. I particularly enjoyed getting to talk about immigration, ICE, and sanctuary cities on a morning sports talk radio program. I don't think there's a lot of that happening. Listen to the conversation here. 

Check me out each week on SBNation's "The Winner's Circle" every Saturday morning at 10am for my segment "On the Rail with David Hill." Each week I'll be doing short interviews with comedians, writers, musicians, and other interesting characters as we make bets and root home the horses at the track. You can catch it live or as a podcast. More info here. 

Follow the Money on SiriusXM had me as a guest to discuss Phil Ivey and the World Series of Poker. Listen to an archive here. 

I was a guest on SiriusXM At the Races with Steve Byk to discuss The Vapors, my newsletter, and Oaklawn Park. I did a whole hour. A really fun interview with someone I really admire. Archive is here.

My story about the professional gambler Alan "Dinky" Denkenson for Vice Sports has been awarded the Ron Rippey Award for Handicapping Media.  Read about it here.

I went on Eye on Gaming's Sports Hour in Las Vegas with John Kelly to talk about my new book and some of my other previous work. I was the guest for almost the entire hour. Listen here.

Bill Littlefield interviewed me for NPR's Only A Game about cheating in bass fishing. Listen here.

GQ did a story about me!  Read it here.

I was a guest on Andy Beckerman's Beginnings Podcast where we talked about the differences between collaboration and independent creative work. Listen here.

My story "The Union Forever" was selected by Business Week for their 2013 Jealousy List - their selections of the best stories of the year that they didn't write.