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Josh Pahigian is an American author who specializes in books and articles about baseball. He is particularly well known as an expert in the field of sports travel, writing books on this topic as well as articles that have appeared in espn.com. Most popular among Pahigian's eight books are: The Ultimate Baseball Road-trip and 101 Baseball Places to See Before You Strike Out.
Pahigian has also written short stories that have been published in American literary journals such as Passages North, the Hawaii Review, and Ararat, and has been translated in several Armenian language periodicals and anthologies. He is known to Armenian readers for the juxtaposition that his work is said to present between modern American values and enduring Armenian cultural tradition.
Pahigian's first novel, Strangers on the Beach is scheduled for publication in October 2012 by Maine-based Islandport Press. The mystery, set in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, crosses the story-line of a billionaire adventurer, who arrives in Old Orchard Beach under unusual circumstances one summer, with the stories of several townies.
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