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Gene Fehler is the author of 12 books, including three poetry collections from McFarland. He still plays baseball with one of his grown sons in The Great American Pastime Baseball League in Simpsonville, South Carolina, trying to baffle hitters with his slow curve.
Gene grew up in Thomson, Illinois, and currently lives in Seneca, South Carolina, with his wife Polly. The greatest inspirations for his books are his love of baseball and his family. Gene and Polly have two sons, Tim and Andy, and three granddaughters -- Mireille, Gabrielle, and Kaya. His young adult novel BEANBALL was named 2008 Best Book by the Society of School Librarians International. His book CHANGE-UP: BASEBALL POEMS was co-winner of the 2010 Paterson Prize for Books for Young People in the Grades 4-6 category. Gene has the great pleasure of playing more than sixty softball games a year on a senior softball team from Seneca, South Carolina; and more than twenty baseball games a year with one of his sons in the Great American Pastime Baseball League (for players 18 and over) in Greenville, South Carolina.