Going Home Again by Howard Waldrop

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Among these nine new stories by "the resident Weird Mind of his generation" ("Washington Post Book World") are such diverse gems as "Occam's Ducks", "Flatfeet!", "The Sawing Boys", and "El Castillo de la Perseverancia".

About Howard Waldrop

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Howard Waldrop, born in Mississippi and now living in Austin, Texas, is an American iconoclast. His highly original books include Them Bones and A Dozen Tough Jobs, and the collections All About Strange Monsters of the Recent Past, Night of the Cooters, and Going Home Again.
Published January 1, 1997 by Firebird Distributing. 222 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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If this happens, my recommendation is to read the story's afterword, watch, read, and listen to the half-a-dozen movies, books, and records that Waldrop routinely cites to explain each story's origin and meaning, and read the story again.

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