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Cady, Jack

Jack Cady was born in Ohio and raised in Indiana and Kentucky. He worked in a wide variety of jobs throughout the country, including stints as a tree high-climber, an auctioneer, a long-haul truck driver, and in the U. S. Coast Guard. He held teaching positions at the University of Washington, Clarion College, Knox College, the University of Alaska at Sitka, and Pacific Lutheran University.

Over a more than thirty-year career, the quality and diversity of his fiction was matched only by the quality and diversity of the honors and awards he received, including the Atlantic Monthly “First” Award, the Iowa Prize for short fiction, the National Literary Anthology Award, the Washington State Governor’s Award, the Nebula Award, the Bram Stoker Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the Philip K. Dick Award (Special Citation).

Jack Cady died in January 2004.

Books by Cady, Jack