Cady, Jack

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(1932-2004) US author, almost exclusively of fantasy and horror, although one novel, The Man Who Could Make Things Vanish (1982), is a genuine sf Dystopia set in a very bleakly conceived Near-Future right-wing USA; The Sons of Noah & Other Stories (coll 1992), containing fantasies, won a World Fantasy Award for best collection, and "The Night We Buried Road Dog" (January 1993 F&SF) won both a Nebula Award and a (tied) Bram Stoker Award for best novella. [JC]

Jack Andrew Cady

born Columbus, Ohio: 20 March 1932

died Port Townsend, Washington: 14 January 2004

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  • Phantoms (Puyallop, Washington: Resurrection House/Underland Press, 2015) [coll: Collected Writings: pb/Jennifer Tough]

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