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Author Larry ColtonLarry Colton was born on June 8, 1942 in Los Angeles, California. He is a one-time professional baseball player, writer, and educator.

Colton played for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1968. He played for Phillies farm team the Eugene Emeralds in 1965 when it was a Class A-Short Season Northwest League team and again in 1969 when it was a triple-A Pacific Coast League team.

He has published hundreds of magazine articles for publications including Esquire, New York Times, Sports Illustrated and Ladies Home Journal. The author of five books, Colton was the recipient of the 2013 Stewart H. Holbrook Literary Legacy Oregon Book Award from Oregon Literary Arts. The award honors not only his achievements as a writer, but also his work as the founder of the literary festival and writing program, Wordstock. His book Counting Coup earned him Frankfurt eBook Award in non-fiction in 2000.

Colton currently lives in Portland, Oregon.

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Counting Coup | Colton, Larry | Book - Advance Reading Copy Colton, Larry | Counting Coup | Book - Advance Reading Copy

2000 NY: Warner  Advance reading copy, mint, new/unread in pictorial wraps.

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Larry Colton Bibliography

  • Idol Time - 1977
  • Goat Brothers - 1993
  • Counting Group - 2000
  • No Ordinary Joes - 2010
  • Southern League - 2013

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