Book Review: After the People Lights Have Gone Off – Author Stephen Graham Jones

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If you’re a fan of horror fiction, and you aren’t familiar with the work of Stephen Graham Jones (which you should be, since I interviewed him here back in April of 2013), now’s the time to get started. He’s got fifteen novels (including Demon Theory, The Last Final Girl, and The Least of My Scars), five story collections (Zombie Sharks with Metal Teeth being one of my favorites, both in content and in title), and … Continue reading

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Interview: Author Stephen Graham Jones

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Stephen Graham Jones is the author of 10 novels, 2 short story collections, and so many short stories even he has lost count. He was kind enough to talk to us about his work, both present and future, as well as the state of horror movies and why he doesn’t play video games. 2012 started with Zombie Bake-Off, pushed ahead with Growing Up Dead in Texas and The Last Final Girl, then ended with Three … Continue reading

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Stephen Graham Jones Releases THREE MILES PAST Disturbing Novella Collection

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A collection of three powerfully disturbing novellas by multiple award-winning author, Stephen Graham Jones. There are lines that probably shouldn’t be crossed, doors that should stay shut, thoughts that shouldn’t be considered. In these three novellas by Stephen Graham Jones, the dead talk, ancient evil opens its eyes, and that guy across the parking lot, he’s watching you, and has been for a while now. Lock the door, tell yourself it’s nothing, turn the radio … Continue reading

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Book Review: It Came From Del Rio – Author Stephen Graham Jones

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It Came From Del Rio, Part 1 of the Bunnyhead Chronicles Texas is a state built for stories. It is wide and flat and hard. You can stand in a pasture and see in any direction for miles and miles and you know that you are alone and anything can happen. Texas is a state that promises heat and dirt and thorns and people that can be just as hard and unforgiving as the soil … Continue reading

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