Beluthahatchie and Other Stories

Beluthahatchie and Other Stories 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

  • Title: Beluthahatchie and Other Stories
  • Author: Andy Duncan
  • ISBN: 9780965590112
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 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 graveyarThis 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 “Andy Duncan

    • Andy Duncan

      Andy Duncan is an assistant professor of English at Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Md an instructor in the Honors College of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala a fiction writer whose awards include the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award and twice the World Fantasy Award and, since 1986, a journalist from the author s websiteLibrarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.

    130 thoughts on “Beluthahatchie and Other Stories

    • Comparable to genre weirdos like Howard Waldrop and Michael Swanwick or more mainstream talents like Robert Coover and T.C. Boyle, also the tone and details in these stories reminds me of the films of the Coen brothers (and in just world Tim Burton would make a great film of “Grand Guignol”), this first collection of stories by Duncan have an encyclopedic grasp of pop culture, antic comic sense, palpable sense of melancholy, and subtle touches of horror, fantasy, and sci-fi. These dwell in t [...]


    • A good collection of shorts. I like Andy Duncan's ability to write so many stridently different stories. He has broad interests, is clearly a great researcher, and is enthusiastic about sharing historical details. Much of the time it is difficult to detect the difference between history and fiction. The title story is a Robert Johnson meets the Devil type situation with Beluthahatchie being a suburb of Hell. Other stories include a former slave witnessing to the night Abe Lincoln preached a serm [...]


    • Outstanding and rather unique SFF, sometimes a bit harsh for my taste. The titular story, though, is one of the most memorable genre short stories I've ever read.


    • Andy Duncan is one of the greatest unknown writers around and every story in this collection is a treasure to read and read again.



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