Author: Phil Hutcheon

Phil Hutcheon

Where Triples Go to Die

Novel Excerpt, Chapter 20 Editor’s note – In celebration of the arrival of Spring and baseball, local author, Phil Hutcheon, has graciously allowed SoundingsMag permission

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Phil Hutcheon

What Baseball Means to Me

One in a series honoring Spring, and with it, the opening of baseball season. The most meaningful impact that baseball has had in my life

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Phil Hutcheon

A Child Left Behind

Excerpt From a New Novel Editor’s Note – Recently a new novel, set in Stockton, CA and written by a local author, landed on my

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Phil Hutcheon

A Doctor Someday

First in his clan to come to college, First, in fact, to finish grade ten, At age twelve, Daniel followed his father one day Into fields

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Phil Hutcheon

A Stockton Hero

My friend Cenon, With a smile on his face, Empties the trash from my basket, Asks me how I’m doing, chides me if I’m working

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