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Philip Vaughn

Agent: James Rouch
P.O. Box 25022
Lexington, Kentucky, United States

Email: graustark@yahoo.com

Four published books to date: two racing and two baseball.

Three more in pre-production.

AMERICAN GLADIATOR: The Hard Life And Short Times Of Pete Browning (baseball biography). First book ever done on this fabled hitter

AMERICAN DIAMONDS: unusual, one-of-a-kind baseball anthology that includes a litle bit of everything: humor, a one-of-a-kind trivia quiz; an investigative piece on Cooperstown and the AA Ten, a set of long-overlooked 19th-century baseball stars; the language of the game (Lingo); several essays; a timeline look at one of America's greatest and most forgotten baseball citis---home to the Louisville Slugger bat, the Hillerich & Bradsby Company, Pete Browning; Pee Wee Reese and Honus Wagner; historical features, one on the only pitcher ever to win a batting title; and much more.

RACELENS (A look at 60 great Thoroughbred racing images. Work includes that of the original foundation master (C.C. Cook,)ncluding the foundation master (C.C. Cook) and seven other premiere racelensmen. Pictures and full text that backgrounds the photo and the artist.
First racing book of this kind.

Work in progress: Bobby BasePaths (children's alphabet book)

Also on hand: SEIZURE (science-fiction novella)

Four national writing awards; two for TV documentary writing.

Extensive magazine writing.

Interests: Baseball; music; film.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Nonfiction

  • American Diamonds
  • RaceLens
  • Racelines (Horse Racing Anthology)
  • Louisville Diamonds (baseball history)
  • Legends Of Louisville (Baseball History)
  • The Official Kentucky Derby Quiz Book
  • American Gladiator: The Hard Life And Short Times Of Pete Browning