"...Joe R. Lansdale (Leather Maiden: A Novel)..."
"..."The very firm that's set to unleash Joe R. Lansdale's novella Bubba Ho-Tep on a cinematically primed public!"..."
"...American, and indeed global, culture is awash these days in a tsunami of pop culture bric-a-brac, and Klaw, who focuses on the genre fiction end of things with a few enlightening sidetracks into the more serious realms of censorship, John Ashcroft, and (perhaps less seriously), his comic book script for Joe R. Lansdale's bracingly ridiculous Bob the Dinosaur Goes to Disneyland, seems to have his paw on the pulse of not only sci-fi and horror publishing, but also the daily travails of the bookstore gig (he has worked at legendary Austin indie outlets BookPeople, Adventures in Crime and Space, and currently shelves hellbooks at Half Price)..."
"...(And if Dwight Yoakam can direct a film, why shouldn't Earle -- a grittier, less honky-tonkin' version of Yoakam's Buck Owens archetype -- put pen to paper to Barnes & Noble?) The 11 stories that make up Doghouse Roses won't come as much of a surprise to those already in Earle's camp -- though fans should get a kick out of the expansive background to songs like "Taneytown," here redone in short-story form and reading for all the world like Joe R. Lansdale minus the zombie rednecks..."
"...It's as if both Lewis Shiner and Joe R. Lansdale beat the stuffing out of Dave Barry and stole his crackpipe for a weekend bender spent curled up in the bottom of the Well..."
"...The comic's creators, including Texan Joe L. Lansdale, contended that the use of the Winters' images was a tribute, but the brothers found it less than flattering to have their faces plastered on a pair of inbred twin villains who were revealed in the comic to be zombies, murderers, and (literally) pig-fuckers..."
"...Other names appearing throughout the convention are Joe R. Lansdale, Bruce Sterling, Harlan Ellison, Forry Ackerman, Austin Bay, Lois McMaster Bujold, C..."
"...Weird Business, edited by Joe R. Lansdale and Richard Klaw..."