Long Center for the Performing Arts
"...Jackson's comic-book work, always beautifully rendered and fully detailed, appeared in books by other companies more often than in Rip Off Press: He did a lot of work in Skull, for Last Gasp, and, working with writer Joe R. Lansdale, did Dead in the West for Dark Horse...."
"...Conrad, Aaron de Orive, Mitchell Graham, Warren Spector, and Martha Wells; "Memories of ArmadilloCon 1" at 9pm on Friday, with Neal Barrett Jr., Scott Cupp, Willie Siros, Robert Taylor, and Howard Waldrop; "The Golden Gryphon Experience" at 11am on Saturday, with Allison Baker, Barrett, Marty Halpern, and Joe R. Lansdale; and "Comic Books Worth Reading" at 10am on Sunday with Beverly Hale, Jason Henderson, Jess Nevins, James Owen, and Lori Wolf..."
"...Of course, I'm talking about Phantasm director Don Coscarelli's much-anticipated film adaptation of Texas writer Joe R. Lansdale's Bubba Ho-Tep, starring Bruce "God Among Men" Campbell as Elvis (the fat one) and the equally legendary Ossie Davis as JFK (the black one)..."
"...There's our Texas, the real one, the one whose boundaries are marked by such well-defined lines as Oklahoma and Louisiana, the one where the writers and their readers live; and then there's our Texas' evil twin, a sad, sorry, sordid state of affairs chronicled by native scribes like Nacogdoches' Joe R. Lansdale and Austin's Neal Barrett Jr..."
"...The Bottoms by Joe R. Lansdale..."
"...The Bottoms by Joe R. Lansdale..."
"...Author Joe R. Lansdale of Nacogdoches will appear at Adventures in Space & Crime bookstore, 7-9pm..."
"...Mikels' The Black Klansman; and Don Coscarelli's monsterpiece Bubba Ho-Tep, (adapted from a story by East Texas yarn-spinner Joe R. Lansdale)...."
"...Grant, and others, Splatterpunk heralded the arrival of none other than Nacogdoches mucho mojo badass Joe R. Lansdale his ownself, NOLA's gender-and-genre-bending Poppy Z..."
"...2005 saw Romano's screenwriting career take off big time when his adaptation of Joe R. Lansdale's short story "Incident on and off a Mountain Road" was helmed by longtime pal and Phantasm filmmaker Don Coscarelli for Showtime's Masters of Horror series..."
"...Homes, May We Be Forgiven: A Novel Bronwen Hruska, Accelerated: A Novel Lindsay Hunter, Don't Kiss Me: Stories Paulette Jiles, Lighthouse Island Stephen Graham Jones, Flushboy Zachary Karabashliev, 18% Gray Kathleen Kent, The Outcasts Julie Kibler, Calling Me Home Brian Kimberling, Snapper Adam Langer, The Salinger Contract Joe R. Lansdale, The Thicket Starling Lawrence, The Thief of Words Jonathan Lethem, Dissident Gardens Jeff Lindsay, Dexter's Final Cut: A Novel Kelly Luce, Three Scenarios in Which Hana Sasaki Grows a Tail Eric Lundgren, The Facades Fiona Maazel, Woke Up Lonely Adam Mansbach, The Dead Run Ayana Mathis, The Twelve Tribes of Hattie Joyce Maynard, After Her Colin McAdam, A Beautiful Truth James McBride, The Good Lord Bird Fiona McFarlane, The Night Guest Shannon McKenna Schmidt, Writers Between the Covers Carson Mell, Saguaro: The Life and Adventures of Bobby Allen Bird Peter Orner, Last Car Over the Sagamore Bridge George Pelecanos, The Double (Spero Lucas) Neal Pollack, Open Your Heart (A Matt Bolster Yoga Mystery) Wayne Rebhorn, Boccaccio's The Decameron Ray Robertson, David Ethan Rutherford, The Peripatetic Coffin and Other Stories Bob Shacochis, The Woman Who Lost Her Soul Elissa Schappell, Blueprints for Building Better Girls Robin Sloan, Mr..."
"...Paul Wilson and Sarah Langan and Joe Hill and Sandra Kasturi and Joe R. Lansdale, all of whom (and dozens more) will be celebrating the (vicarious) Evil That Men And Women Do, with book signings, instructive panels, and pointedly non-murderous mingling this Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Maybe you don’t want to do the whole four-day thing, but you’d like your first edition of Ghost Story signed, or maybe you want a chance to tell Jack Ketchum that his novel about a cannibal family in Maine creeped you the fuck out and turned you Vegan-for-life? Here’s a hot tip from co-chair Southard: “Saturday night, we’ll be having a mass author signing at 7 or 7:30, and that’s actually open to the general public, you won’t need a membership or a badge to get in..."
"...Already confirmed are the modern king of the zombies Steve Niles [Wake The Dead, 30 Days of Night], novelist Sarah Langan [The Keeper] whose new tome Empty Houses has been optioned by the Weinstein Company, and long-time friend of the Chronicle, the King of Nacogdoches Gothic, Joe R. Lansdale..."
"...And they'll likely be found at the Omni this weekend, these toilers in (we'll suggest temporary) obscurity – rubbing elbows and trading quips and trivia with the likes of Ardath Mayhar (author emeritus), Joe R. Lansdale (toastmaster), Michael Moorcock (grand master), and a roster of hopeful nominees and their friends..."
"...Fans of Chron editorial cartoonist Doug Potter should check out Revolution SF's presentation of Bob the Dinosaur Goes to Disneyland, a scintillating comic collaboration among Potter, novelist Joe R. Lansdale, and scripter Rick Klaw..."
"...R. Lansdale (Bubba Ho-Tep, Zeppelins West, Jonah Hex)..."
"...Just ask Stephen King or Texas's own genre-warper, Joe R. Lansdale.)..."
"...Probably the best compliment due this nontraditional movie star biography is that half the time it reads like a Joe R. Lansdale novel..."
"...That may be for the best: Fellow World Horror Con guest Joe R. Lansdale has said it can be better to sell a story that never gets made than to have it made badly..."
"...In 2008, the PACE unit was criticized for its closure of the Enchanted Forest, then the United States Art Authority (hosting Texas author Joe R. Lansdale June 16) got caught up in red tape about the certificate of occupancy..."