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Joe R. Lansdale

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2008-02-18 00:21:56 annubis Middle Name R R.
2008-02-18 00:21:56 annubis Suffix none
2008-02-18 00:13:13 annubis First Name Joseph Joe
2008-02-18 00:13:13 annubis Suffix none
2008-02-18 00:13:13 annubis Bio Where does Mojo storytelling come from? How does a fella learn to spin over-the-top yarns of any sort: horror, suspense, humor, science fiction, Western, what have you? First you got to see the world, like champion Mojo storyteller Joe R. Lansdale, who has lived everywhere from Gladewater, Texas to Mount Enterprise, Texas to Nacogdoches, Texas! "Texas is so wrapped up in myth and legend, itís hard to know what the state and its people are really about," says Lansdale. "Real Texans, raised on these myths and legends, sometimes become legends themselves. The bottom line is, Texas and its people are pretty much what most people mean when they use the broader term ĎAmerica.í No state better represents the independent spirit, the can-do attitude of America, better than Texas." The second ingredient to good Mojo storytelling is learning how to take a punch. Or a kick. Or a poke in the eye. And then learning how to avoid them. Lansdale is a student of the martial arts for more than thirty years. Heís a two-time inductee into the International Martial Arts Hall of Fame, one such honor bestowed upon him for his founding of Shen Chuan, Martial Science. He holds belts in Daito Ryu Aikijujutsu, Combat Hapkido, American Combat Kempo, and Aikido, amongst others; in fact, his standard day is six hours at the typewriter, three hours at Lansdaleís Self Defense Systems, the martial-arts studio which he owns and at which he teaches. With more than twenty books to his credit, Lansdale is the champion Mojo storyteller. Heís been called "an immense talent" by Booklist; "a born storyteller" by Robert Bloch; and The New York Times Book Review declares he has "a folkloristís eye for telling detail and a front-porch raconteurís sense of pace." Heís won umpty-ump awards, including five Bram Stoker horror awards, a British Fantasy Award, the American Mystery Award, the Horror Critics Award, the "Shot in the Dark" International Crime Writerís award, the Booklist Editorís Award, the Criticís Choice Award, and a New York Times Notable Book award. Heís got the most decorated mantle in all of Nacogdoches! Lansdale lives in Nacogdoches, Texas, with his wife, Karen, writer and editor. Source: http://www.joerlansdale.com
2006-03-10 21:47:32 KillKrazy Suffix none
2006-03-10 21:47:32 KillKrazy DOB October 28, 1951
2006-03-10 21:47:32 KillKrazy Birthplace Gladewater, Texas
2006-03-10 21:47:32 KillKrazy Notes Lansdale has written horror, science fiction, westerns and mysteries. He has expressed a preference for short stories but has also written novels, comic scripts, screenplays and stage plays. He has edited several short story anthologies and has contributed to numerous genre magazines. All his works are informed by his life-long immersion in the culture of deep East Texas. Lansdale was awarded the Bram Stoker award for "Night They Missed the Horror Show" in 1989 and for "On the Far Side of the Cadillac Desert With Dead Folks" in 1990. Source: http://www.iblist.com/author571.htm
2006-03-10 21:40:39 KillKrazy Suffix none
2006-03-10 21:40:39 KillKrazy Website http://www.joerlansdale.com/


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