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Howard Waldrop, Upright & Writing
Five decades into his career, the brilliant science fiction writer still isn’t taking any shortcuts
Arts Story  October 5, 2017, by Elizabeth Banicki
"..."Just sit down in the chair and start writing and then after 10 or 12 years you'll figure this stuff out." – Howard Waldrop..."

LoneStarCon 3: The Howard and George Show
Howard Waldrop and George R. R. Martin really do like each other
DAILY Books  September 1, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...R. Martin and Howard Waldrop spent an hour in front of several hundred people at LoneStarCon 3 telling the kind of stories on each other that made you feel they should have given up on one another or else fallen to fisticuffs long, long ago...."

Page Two: Wonder Stories
The unbound adventures and outrageous duets of a life spent with science fiction
Columns  July 25, 2008, by Louis Black
"...There was a later story about Dwight Eisenhower as a jazz horn player and one in which Laurel and Hardy, the Marx Brothers, and the Three Stooges were slapstick-racing through Iowa to try to stop the Big Bopper, Buddy Holly, and Ritchie Valens from taking off into the snowy night sky, where their lives ended. Howard Waldrop wrote all those stories, and so many more – though I expect some editors, even those completely untrained in dentistry, would have had an easier job pulling teeth than they did getting those stories from Howard...."

Readings From the Fringe
Books Review  January 21, 1999, by Mike Shea
"...Back in the day, Sterling spearheaded cyberpunk's invasion of the world of science fiction, and Howard Waldrop was among the fairly oddball writers sharing the public eye at that time. Waldrop is not demonstrably prolific: Since 1974 he's published two novels (one co-authored with Jake Saunders) and five short story collections..."

Going Home to the Armadillo
After 30 years, the song remains the same at ArmadilloCon, Texas' favorite sci-fi convention
Books Story  August 15, 2008, by Richard Whittaker
"...Traditionally held either on the coasts or around the Great Lakes, its 1976 incarnation as MidAmeriCon in Kansas City, Mo., pushed Austin book dealer Willie Siros and fellow fan Robert Taylor to put their own together. They invited local authors John Varley and Howard Waldrop to headline the first event..."

LoneStarCon, Episode III: The Alamo Strikes Back
Arts Story  August 30, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Martin. (For an interview with the Game of Thrones creator, see austinchronicle.com/blogs.) In addition to reading his own work (Friday, 5pm), Martin will co-host The Howard and George Show, an hour with Austin's own Howard Waldrop (Saturday, 4pm)...."

Writing Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror in Austin
How local authors who work beyond the world we know meet, connect, and launch themselves into the business
Arts Story  July 13, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Brown's arrival coincided with the 20th anniversary of ArmadilloCon, the homegrown annual sci-fi convention that was not just a celebration of the more fantastic genres of literature and one hell of a fannish good time, but somewhere aspiring writers of science fiction, fantasy, and horror could meet and polish their craft via workshops led by their fellow writers from the local scene. In the days of ArmadilloCon's founding, such writers included Bruce Sterling, Howard Waldrop, Steven Utley, Lisa Tuttle, Tom Reamy, and their beloved mentor, University of Texas anthropology professor Chad Oliver – all members of the Turkey City Writer's Workshop, a Lone Star coterie that became one of the epicenters of speculative fiction..."

"A Celebration of Writing, and Reading"
Louis Black's notes on the first Chronicle Short Story Contest
DAILY Arts  June 14, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Assembled to select the winners of this new competition were an impressive septet of local literati: novelist Sarah Bird (who, at that point, had published Alamo House, The Boyfriend School, and The Mommy Club); journalist and author Robert Draper (at the time Associate Editor at Texas Monthly); novelist Elizabeth Harris (then a teacher of fiction writing at the University of Texas and recent winner of the John Simmons Short Fiction Award); novelist Rolando Hinojosa-Smith (then, as now, a professor of English at UT and deep into his 15-volume Klail City Death Trip Series); science-fiction short story master Howard Waldrop (who at the time had most recently published the novella A Dozen Tough Jobs); rock & roll historian Ed Ward (then the Chronicle's Books editor); and essayist and memoirist Marion Winik (then a regular contributor to NPR's All Things Considered as well as the Chronicle)...."

From Westeros to College Station
George R. R. Martin to give milestone book to Texas A&M
DAILY Books  January 29, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...Some of those students had library connections and began amassing sci-fi and fantasy books, pulps, and comics for the school, as well as manuscripts and unpublished writings from the authors that attended the con. In the Seventies, a gang of up-and-coming Lone Star sf writers that had formed the Turkey City Writer's Workshop – among them, Steven Utley, Lisa Tuttle, Tom Reamy, Bruce Sterling, and Howard Waldrop became popular with the AggieCon crowd, and through them, Martin – who had been corresponding with Waldrop since the early Sixties, when they were teens absorbed with superhero comics – made his way to College Station..."

Dark Forces Gathering
ArmadilloCon 32
Books Story  August 27, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...For what the organizers mildly describe as a little literary convention, the program participant list reads like a who's who of genre pioneers and Nebula Award winners. Longtime regular guests like novelist and ArmadilloCon 1 toastmaster Howard Waldrop and the king of Nacogdoches Gothic, Joe Lansdale, rub shoulders with youngbloods like Austin-based comics writer Paul Benjamin, the plotter behind Tokyopop's manga Pantheon High, and San Antonio homicide cop/Bram Stoker Award-nominated horror writer Joe McKinney..."

News/Print
My mouth is like the motherfuckin' Sahara Desert up in here.
Books Column  August 8, 2003, by Shawn Badgley
"...Recommended: "How Accurate Are the Lord of the Rings Movie Adaptations?" at 4pm on Friday, with Lillian Stewart Carl, R.L. Conrad, Aaron de Orive, Mitchell Graham, Warren Spector, and Martha Wells; "Memories of ArmadilloCon 1" at 9pm on Friday, with Neal Barrett Jr., Scott Cupp, Willie Siros, Robert Taylor, and Howard Waldrop; "The Golden Gryphon Experience" at 11am on Saturday, with Allison Baker, Barrett, Marty Halpern, and Joe R..."

Page Two
Last week's Pearl Harbor / Gift Guide cover draws fire.
Columns  December 14, 2001, by Louis Black
"...It really has no meaning in terms of encapsulating an editorial idea. I think of it as out of old pulps, Howard Waldrop and the birth of the 21st century..."

Hugo Rising
The nominees for science fiction's best novel of 2013 find a new guard challenging the old
Arts Story  August 30, 2013, by Amy Gentry


LoneStarCon 3: The George R. R. Martin Interview
'Game of Thrones' creator discusses how he writes and why
DAILY Books  August 29, 2013, by Amy Gentry
"...2. His scheduled appearances include: autographing his books Thursday, 4pm, and Monday, 11am; reading from his work Friday, 5pm; and appearing with Austin science-fiction author Howard Waldrop in "The Howard and George Show," Saturday, 4pm..."

Nisi Shawl Is Crossing the Streams of Fantastical Fiction
The Tiptree-winning author brings her new alt-history to the ATX
DAILY Arts  September 7, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...“We’ve had Bruce Sterling – and his wife, Jasmina Tešanović,” says Brown. “We’ve had Howard Waldrop being interviewed by Bradley Denton, and they wound up talking about JFK’s assassination..."

LoneStarCon 3: Countdown Commencing
Before this Worldcon in San Antonio, a look at the last one
DAILY Books  August 28, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...The 1997 Worldcon – aka LoneStarCon 2 – was considered a big deal by Margaret Moser, then Chronicle Books Editor, and rightly so. Central Texas had a long and noble tradition of science fiction and fantasy writers – Chad Oliver, Bruce Sterling, Steve Utley, Howard Waldrop, Bradley Denton, Lewis Shiner, Jessica Reisman, et al..."

In Memory of Richard Dorsett
Beloved local left his mark on Austin
DAILY Books  November 14, 2012, by Michael Hall
"...He was an avid reader and devoured everything, especially science fiction. He found his way into the fledgling community of Austin sci-fi writers, men like Bruce Sterling, Bill Wallace, Howard Waldrop, and Steve Utley, guys who loved Richard’s quirky mind and bizarre tastes..."

Page Two: Inner Sanctums, Outer Orbits
The intertwined legacies of indie music and the alternative press
Columns  August 13, 2010, by Louis Black
"...My second go-round was supposed to be a short graduate-degree stay but is now into its fourth decade. Fortunately, early on in that one, I hooked up with a number of folks involved in the local science-fiction-writing community at the time: Lisa Tuttle, Steve Utley, Bill and Sally Wallace, Bruce and Nancy Sterling, Howard Waldrop, and Bud Simons, among others..."

Thomas M. Disch, R.I.P.
Postmarks  July 28, 2008
"...Dear Louis, I enjoyed your “Page Two” [July 25] memories of Otto Binder; we all need a mentor at a crucial point in life who can show us how to ford the streams. And thank you for dedicating the issue to Howard Waldrop, a truly wild talent..."

Page Two: For the Fun of It
Reminiscing on 25 years of 'The Austin Chronicle' and looking forward to what's next
Columns  September 8, 2006, by Louis Black
"...and Diane Jane Morrison writing on politics, with reviews by Harvey Neville, Sarah Whistler, George Coleman, Greg Beal, Jeff Whittington, and Chris Walters. There was a long interview with John Sayles by Ed Lowry and Nick Barbaro, while legendary writer Howard Waldrop contributed the cover story on Richard O'Brien...."

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