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For regret-free writer-in-residence, another shot at life

For regret-free writer-in-residence, another shot at life

Joe Kita didn’t make his high school basketball team.

It’s like the Bruce Springsteen’s song “Glory Days” — he carried around the regret for 20 years, he said, and then it was time to mend what he lost. At age 40, with permission from his editor at Men’s Health, Kita found himself back in a gym and trying not to be dropped from his team.

After two weeks of tryouts, he made the cut, and after the story was published, he got hundreds of letters from all over the country.

That will be the topic of Kita’s, prose writer-in-residence for Week Four, Brown Bag Lecture, “Have a Regret-Free Life,” at 12:15 p.m. today on Alumni Hall porch.