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RIP: Lucius Shepard (1947 – 2014)

Sad news, folks.

The Science Fiction Encyclopedia is reporting that author Lucius Shepard has passed away. He was the author of numerous novels and short stories, including Green Eyes (1984), Life During Wartime (1987), The Jaguar Hunter (1987), Viator (2004), Trujillo (2005), Viator Plus (2010), The Dragon Griaule (2012), Five Autobiographies and a Fiction (2013) and more. Much of his short fiction was collected in The Best of Lucius Shepard (2008).

[via Bill Crider]

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2 Comments on RIP: Lucius Shepard (1947 – 2014)

  1. Kevin B. Landreneau // March 20, 2014 at 6:51 am //

    This is sad news indeed. Lucius’s work has been a favorite of mine since I first discovered him in F&SF. “The End of Life as We Know It” made me a fan forever. Even when I took a 15 year break in subscribing from the big 3 sf magazines, I still checked newsstands for his stories and would buy single issues because of his work. Lucius, rest in peace.
    Kevin B. Landreneau

  2. Paul Weimer // March 20, 2014 at 7:13 am //

    Yeah, saw it on Jonathan Strahan’s site.
    Damn. Damn. Damn

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