Beluthahatchie and Other Stories

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Golden Gryphon Press, 2000 - Fiction - 288 pages
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This collection of fiction includes two never-before-published pieces in addition to a Hugo- and Nebula-nominated story. The title story spins the tale of a guitarist who refuses to disembark the train at Hell and his adventures at the next stop, Beluthahatchie. Other stories include plot lines about the career concerns of a member of "The Executioner's Guild" and graveyard romances in "The Premature Burials". These science fiction and speculative stories are told with a flair for Southern patois and are followed by comprehensive author's notes.

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About the author (2000)

F. Brett Cox is the author of many powerful works of literary fiction. A Southerner by birth, he currently lives in Vermont.
Andy Duncan has won the World Fantasy Award and the Theodore Sturgeon Award. His first story collection is "Beluthahatchie and Other Stories," He lives near Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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