SINGLETON

by JACK CADY

Published: March 14th, 2017
trade paperback -
ISBN 978-1-63023-048-7
ebook -
ISBN 978-1-63023-053-1
316 pages

Also available as an audio book.

[includes free download of ebook version]

"There was one good thing and that was the truck. Any time the weight got too heavy you could at least be free, or at least look free. You could climb in the rig and go."

Singleton wasn't a simple man; he merely has simple needs, and he speaks them simply. He hauls cargo across the United States, and lives a life that many would classify as that of a drifter. But Singleton chose the road. He chose the endless hauling and empty destinations. Not because he was fleeing any sort of stable, constant life, but because he was working. And working was all he knew.

Much like Hemingway and Steinbeck, Cady wrote about the condition of the American working man. Singleton is both a memoir of and a meditation on the open road, written by the writer the Atlanta Constitution calls "a lasting voice in modern American literature."

Singleton is the seventh volume in The Cady Collection, and it includes an introduction by Jack Skillingstead, as well as a lengthy essay and a poem.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jack Cady (d. 2004) was an award winning fantasist and horror writer. During his career, he won the Nebula Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the Bram Stoker Award. He taught writing at various academic institutions including the University of Washington and Pacific Lutheran University. He was a conscientious objector during the Korean War, a member of the U. S. Coast Guard in Maine, a truck driver, an auctioneer, a landscaper, and a fervent believer in the value of history as a tool to understanding both politics and writing.

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