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by Howard Waldrop

Author: Howard Waldrop
Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies
Language: English
Publisher: Golden Gryphon Press; 1 edition (April 1, 2003)
Pages: 280 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.4
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Howard Waldrop at ConQuesT 38 (2007), Kansas City, MO. Born. 1946-09-15) September 15, 1946 (age 73) Houston, Mississippi. Several of his stories have been nominated for the genre's awards; "The Ugly Chickens" - about the extinction of the dodo - won a Nebula Award for best novelette in 1980, and also a World Fantasy Award for Short Fiction in 1981; this is perhaps his best known work. Custer's Last Jump and Other Collaborations (Golden Gryphon, 2003

The first Waldrop-Utley collaboration, "Custer's Last Jump," is an alternate-history classic and more than slightly tongue in cheek.

The first Waldrop-Utley collaboration, "Custer's Last Jump," is an alternate-history classic and more than slightly tongue in cheek. Other stories, collaborations with Buddy Saunders, George R. R. Martin, Leigh Kennedy, Bruce Sterling, and A. A. Jackson, are mostly less well known and definitely less widely reprinted, but on the whole hardly less well done. The real treasures of the volume, however, are Waldrop's introductory portrayals of his collaborators and their afterwords about him.

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Custer's Last Jump," co-written with Steven Utley, uses faux book and maga Howard Waldrop is a proven master at writing witty, poignant and imaginative short fiction; here he shows that he is a masterful writing collaborator as well. The eight stories in this collection are in some ways quite diverse, yet in one way or another they all explore the struggle to survive under harrowing circumstances. Waldrop's stories combine elements such as alternate history, American popular culture, the American South, old movies, classical mythology, and rock 'n' roll music. Books by Howard Waldrop.

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Story collaborations between cult figure Howard Waldrop and numerous other celebrated science fiction and fantasy writers are collected for the first time in this. Custer's Last Jump : One Horse Town - Leigh Kennedy and Howard Waldrop Custer's Last Jump : Custer's Last Jump - Steven Utley and Howard Waldrop Custer's Last Jump : A Voice and Bitter Weeping - Buddy Saunders and Howard Waldrop Custer's Last Jump : Men of Greywater Station - George R. Martin and Howard Waldrop Custer's Last Jump : Willow Beeman - Steven Utley and. Introduction: Custer's Last Jump! - essay by Howard Waldrop

Story collaborations between cult figure Howard Waldrop and numerous other celebrated science fiction and fantasy writers are collected for the first time in this unique volume. One Horse Town" breathes fresh life into an ancient tale, combining elements from the sack of Troy, Homer's early days, the last day in the life of a Trojan warrior, and the archeological dig at Troy. In "Custer's Last Jump!" the legendary Crazy Horse uses Confederate monoplanes in his famous battle against General Custer. Introduction: Custer's Last Jump! - essay by Howard Waldrop. Custer's Last Jump! - (1976) - novelette by Steven Utley and Howard Waldrop.

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Story collaborations between cult figure Howard Waldrop and numerous other celebrated science fiction and fantasy writers are collected for the first time in this unique volume.

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Howard Waldrop is widely considered to be one of the best short-story writers in the business, having been called the resident Weird Mind of our generation and an author who writes like honkytonk angel. His famous story The Ugly Chickens won both the Nebula and the World Fantasy Awards in 1981. in collaboration with various other authors, Custer’s Last Jump and Other Collaborations. Waldrop is also the author of the novel The Texas-Israeli War: 1999, in collaboration with Jake Saunders, and of two solo novels, Them Bones and A Dozen Tough Jobs, as well as the chapbook A Better World’s in Birth!

The story of how Crazy Horse and his fellow pilot braves ambush Custer's parachutists at Little Big Horn, told alternately in the style of the official Army report, Collier's Magazine, and an unpublished excerpt from Mark Twain's Huckleberry Among the Hostiles: A Journal remains one of the high points of alternate history. Other high points of Custer's Last Jump and Other Collaborations include "Sun's Up!" (with .

"Story collaborations between cult figure Howard Waldrop and numerous other celebrated science fiction and fantasy writers are collected for the first time in this unique volume. ôOne Horse Townö breathes fresh life into an ancient tale, combining elements from the sack of Troy, HomerÆs early days, the last day in the life of a Trojan warrior, and the archeological dig at Troy. In ôCusterÆs Last Jump!ö the legendary Crazy Horse uses Confederate monoplanes in his famous battle against General Custer. ôA Voice and Bitter Weepingö paints a grim postnuclear age where Israeli mercenaries fight Texans in a never-ending, hopeless war. Mystery, intrigue, and treachery abound in the Heian Japan setting of ôThe Latter Days of the Law,ö where a clever man must find a lost prince. Each story features a riotously funny introduction by Waldrop and an afterword by the coauthor."