Albert E. Cowdrey is an Americanfantasy and science fiction author. He has published the science fiction novel Crux and a number of short stories. Much of his short fiction has appeared in Fantasy and Science Fiction and centers on his love for New Orleans. He was Chief of the Special History Branch in the U.S. Army, and wrote a number of nonfiction books about the history of the medical branches of the army.
In 2003 Cowdrey's short story "Queen for a Day" won the World Fantasy Award. His novella "The Overseer" received a nomination in the 2009 World Fantasy Awards.
Partial bibliography of short stories:
The Lucky People, (ss) F&SF Feb 1968 (as Chet Arthur)<BR>The Familiar, (ss) F&SF Mar 1997<BR>White Magic, (nv) F&SF Mar 1998<BR>The Great Ancestor, (ss) F&SF Sep 1998<BR>Revenge, (ss) F&SF May 1999<BR>Crux , (na) F&SF Mar 2000<BR>The Stalker, (ss) F&SF Aug 2000<BR>Mosh , (na) F&SF Dec 2000<BR>The King of New Orleans, (ss) F&SF Feb 2001<BR>Nature 2000, (ss) F&SF Apr 2001<BR>Tomorrow, (ss) F&SF Jun 2001<BR>Queen for a Day, (nv) F&SF Oct/Nov 2001<BR>Ransom , (na) F&SF Mar 2002<BR>The Posthumous Man, (ss) F&SF Jul 2002<BR>The Boy’s Got Talent, (nv) F&SF Sep 2002<BR>Grey Star, (ss) F&SF Jan 2003<BR>The Dog Movie, (ss) F&SF Apr 2003<BR>Danny’s Inferno,... Read More