Clint Warlick

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Clint Warlick, also know as "Great White Buffalo" (complete name Lawrence Clinton Warlick II,) was an amateur writer active in the fandom in the 1990s. Warlick left the fandom around 2000, while residing in Southern California, USA.

His fan name of "Great White Buffalo" did not originate in furry fandom; it was coined by co-workers at his job in the early 1990s.

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[edit] Fandom involvement

Warlick is best known in the fandom for his Jack Lynch Mysteries, an unfinished series of five cross-genre (furry/hardboiled detective/near-future SF) stories published in Yarf and collected (with an unpublished sixth story) in a self-published collection at the first Califur (2004).

[edit] Bibliography

  • YARF!
    • 2004 - Jack Lynch Mysteries

[edit] Controversy

On October 15, 2008, Warlick was arrested on suspicion of threatening to kill and maim people, after threatening to shoot his four supervisors at the Anaheim Convention Center.[1]

On December 22 2008, Warlick pleaded guilty to one felony count and five misdemeanor counts of making criminal threats, and was sentenced to 6 months in jail.

[edit] References

  1. "Fanzine writer jailed over murder threats" by Jon Cassidy in the Orange County Register. Dated December 23, 2008. (Retrieved February 6, 2009)
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