Hutchison's choice of novels to write is determined not by genre, but by the weight of the story
Hutchison's collection of novels spans a variety of genres. “I understand the commercial rationale of writing in the same genre,” he says, “but there are many great stories—and an even greater number of characters—who reside outside a one-genre world.”
The Author, Ron Hutchison
Ron Hutchison began writing fiction full time after a long career in journalism and public relations. Voices of the Locusts is his fourth novel. A multi-genre author, Hutchison’s choice of novels to write is determined not by genre, but by the weight of the story.Read More
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