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Bad Chili by Joe R. Lansdale

This would make an excellent television series.

I think there is one in the works, or there may be one already airing by now.

This is the first time I have spent a book with Joe R. 303 more words

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Joe R. Lansdale joins Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE!

Tonight we welcome the man, the author, the legend, Joe R. Lansdale. 5 pm Pacific, 6 Mountain, 7 Central, and 8 Eastern! We’ll be talking about Joe’s latest novel, HONKY TONK SAMURAI and all things Lansdale! 68 more words

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Stephen King compares Donald Trump to his demagogue villain from The Dead Zone

By Steve Newton

Stephen King is not only one of my fave alltime writers–right up there with Richard Matheson, Robert Bloch, and Joe R. Lansdale–he’s also a fun guy to follow on Twitter. 222 more words

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Review: Honky Tonk Samurai by Joe R. Lansdale

Considering the sum of its parts, I expected to enjoy Honky Tonk Samurai more than I did. Which isn’t a comment on its ingredients; just that, this is a novel that thrives on the chemistry between its protagonists: Hap, a former 60s activist and self-proclaimed white trash rebel, and Leonard, a tough black, gay Vietnam vet. 146 more words

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'Hap and Leonard'

This sounds promising, or at least a little different from the normal TV fare. The network is calling this new series a “comic swamp noir.” It’s based on the novels by Joe R. 42 more words


Review: 'Hap and Leonard' by Joe R. Lansdale

Hap and Leonard by Joe R. Lansdale
Tachyon Publications (March 2016)

After nine novels and a number of short stories and novellas, sitting down with a new Hap and Leonard book is less like reading and more like meeting up with a couple of buddies to have a drink and swap some stories. 482 more words