Howard Waldrop interview

Mon 30 Nov 2015 - Filed under: Not a Journal., , | 3 Comments | Posted by: Gavin

I am swamped with Cyber Monday and Holiday Sale emails (I am unsubscribing to as many as I can!) and they weigh me down so much I can’t get it together to do our own promo. Hey, it’s the holidays soon and, you know, we publish books, and, argh!

So here’s to one of our authors speaking for himself: this past weekend at Malvern Books in Austin, TX, Brad Denton interviewed Howard Waldrop “on JFK, George R. R. Martin ‘and stuff’.”

During the interview — really a diverting conversation between old friends — Howard mentions that two of the stories in Howard Who? (“The Ugly Chickens” and “Mary Margaret Road-Grader“) plus “Night of the Cooters” have been turned into screenplays and will either be episodes in a TV show parts of an omnibus film produced by . . .  George R. R. Martin. Excited, yes I am. More exciting: we just bought a story by Howard for LCRW: a story that brings together Ben Hur, Truman Capote, Billy the Kid, “and stuff.” There’s only one Howard!

ETA: Longtime Waldrop readers (including my wife, Kelly, who introduced me to his stories!) will be happy to know that I talked to him recently and he is once again promising to get back to work on his much delayed novel The Moone World.

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3 Responses to “Howard Waldrop interview”

  1. Bill on May 10th, 2016 3:27 pm

    Pray tell, when, O, when will this new LCRW containing dear Howard be forthcoming? Thanks for your time.

  2. Gavin on May 10th, 2016 3:30 pm

    Bill, I think it will be in the fall issue.

  3. Bill on May 10th, 2016 3:52 pm

    Great to hear! Thanks, again!

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