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Prisoner 489 by Joe R. Lansdale

I first heard of Joe R. Lansdale when I was working at Barnes & Noble. My manager at the time had ordered the latest Lansdale book and I was taken in by the cover. 712 more words


Opus Questions with Madeleine Swann

Much like the late great H.P. Lovecraft, I believe that the most merciful thing regarding humanity is our inability to grasp the whole of anything. If we could somehow piece together the great mysteries of life, said knowledge would cause us to go scampering off, mad from whatever terrifying revelation that came our way, sending us screaming gleefully from the light and into another Dark Age. 642 more words


Joe R. Lansdale, Atto d'Amore

Si chiamava Marvin Hanson.
Era nero come il carbone e brutto come una scimmia. Tenente di polizia. Detective in borghese. Squadra omicidi. Aveva le braccia corte e le mani incredibilmente grandi con dita grosse come salsicciotti. 253 more words

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What’s the story? Morning, noon and night glory

If anyone has dipped into this blog more than once or twice, they’ve probably seen mention of the Wordland online anthologies of short stories and poetry. 472 more words


Joe R. Lansdale 'Bullets and Fire' Review

Written by: Chad Lutzke

Lansdale has a certain confidence; a story-telling swagger that sits you down and lets you know you will like this.  Like a sexy jedi Jagger; you almost don’t have a choice.  294 more words


Bullets and Fire - Joe R. Lansdale

Revenge is best served…hard and fast! And that’s exactly how Lansdale dishes it up. A short story about a guy looking to do whatever it takes to join a gang. 62 more words

Horror Review

The evening sun had rolled down and blown out in a bloody wad and the white, full moon had rolled up like an enormous ball of tightly wrapped twine.

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