Space War Blues

Richard A. Lupoff


Space War Blues

Space War Blues

  • Title: Space War Blues
  • Author: Richard A. Lupoff
  • ISBN: 9780440162926
  • Page: 127
  • Format: None



Man s questing nature conquered spaceen his eternal stupidity turned it into living hellOn Yurakosi where swashbuckling aborigines ride the colossal membrane ships, buck naked to the winds of spaceOn N Yu Atlantchi where tiny gelatinous angels are ripped from a crystal cavern paradise to be brutally used as pawns of warOn N Haiti where ultramodern technMan s questing nature conquered spaceen his eternal stupidity turned it into living hellOn Yurakosi where swashbuckling aborigines ride the colossal membrane ships, buck naked to the winds of spaceOn N Yu Atlantchi where tiny gelatinous angels are ripped from a crystal cavern paradise to be brutally used as pawns of warOn N Haiti where ultramodern technology marries voodoo to sire a race of blond haired, black skinned killer zombiesdOn New Alabama where a government spokesperson recently announced No cruvvelin black animan nigra goin lay one filthy paw on some golden curly headed surn baby while Pissfire Pallbox draws breath Are you with me Introduction by Harlan Ellison.


Recent Comments "Space War Blues"

Planets colonized by southern rednecks. Australian aborigines surfing through space. alien life forms harvested and used to create soldier zombies. What's not to like?

I get ticked off when I come across a book I'm reading that lists so many different bizarre sounding and reading names of people and places (especially in sci fi), that your mind is permanently warped. Honestly, is it really that necessary? Can't we just stick to four or five characters with reasonable sounding names. I started this book today at lunch and got so ticked off, I've decided not to finish it. Never mind that it begins with a long introduction by Harlan Ellison (for an editor, he can [...]

Lupoff tried to do something really new and unique with this book, and I think he had a lot more success that he was credited. It's a melding of new wave and space opera, and science fiction and horror, and societal commentary with adventure. The portion published in AGAIN, DANGEROUS VISIONS seems probably much better than the rest of this version, but it was a thoughtful and fun read. I remember it fondly after many years.

I was expecting more action, something along the line of Starship Troopers. It's much more of a political/social novel to me.


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