LONG, Duncan


LONG, Duncan
(1949-)
   US writer and editor of a SURVIVALIST newsletter. His first novel, Anti-Grav Unlimited (1988), features a super-competent tinker/inventor hero (EDISONADE) who - in a post- HOLOCAUST atmosphere almost perfectly designed to serve as an arena for his exploits - uses his ingenious ANTIGRAVITY device to defeat a corporate cabal. The book is well crafted.
   JC

Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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