|Full Name:||Laird Barron|
Born and raised in Alaska, I did time in the wilderness. I raced in several Iditarods. Later, I got the hell out and migrated to Washington State where I devoted myself to American Combato and reading guys like Parker, Ellroy, and McCarthy. At night I wrote tales that smash up noir, crime and horror. I currently reside in Upstate New York and am writing a novel about the evil that men do.
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- WEIRD Q&A: Laird Barron - Weird Tales
Laird Barron is the author of several books, including The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All. His work has also appeared in many magazines and anthologies. An expatriate Alaskan, Barron currently resides in Upstate New ...
- 21st Century Ghosts | Laird Barron
A short essay I wrote for LOCUS a few years ago; reprinted for the first time. A handful of authors received the assignment to discuss the state of modern horror. Here's my take circa 2007. Twenty-First Century Ghosts by Laird ...
- Necronomicon bound | Laird Barron
I'll be attending Necronomicon as a special literary guest next week with my friends John Langan and Robert Waugh. I think the organizers are still tinkering with the schedule, but I'm slated for several panels and a reading.
- Summer reading | Laird Barron
I'm in the middle of reading for the inaugural Year's Best Weird Fiction, which is well on its way to being funded by Indiegogo with one month left. Meanwhile, this has been the year of the collection. My recommendations for ...
- Author Spotlight: Laird Barron - Nightmare Magazine
In a horror story, there's always the choice to reveal the monster, or monstrous, or leave it to the imagination. I chose the latter as one's imagination will often supply a far more dire vision than a cold description on paper. If nothing else ...
- Laird Barron - Weird Fiction Review
Laird Barron (1970 ? ) is an American writer, much of whose critically acclaimed work falls within the horror, noir, and dark fantasy genres. In his fiction, the influence of Lovecraft and Lucius Shepard has been subsumed by his ...
- Laird Barron talks Year's Best Weird Fiction - Shadows & Tall Trees
Laird Barron talks with Weird Tales magazine about the Year's Best Weird Fiction and other things. Take a read. Then hop over and help us reach our goal. http://weirdtalesmagazine.com/2013/08/02/weird-qa-laird-barron/ ...
- Laird Barron chats about weird fiction - Shadows & Tall Trees
Laird Barron chats about weird fiction. by Michael on August 19th, 2013. Laird Barron, editor of the inaugural volume of the Year's Best Weird Fiction, chats about the volume over at the Twisted Tales website.
- Laird Barron to Edit Inaugural 'Year's Best Weird Fiction' - Hellnotes
Press release Toronto, Canada, July 2013 ? Laird Barron, a master of the weird tale, will edit the inaugural volume of the Year's Best Weird Fi.
- Shiva, Open Your Eye by Laird Barron | Nightmare Magazine
The human condition can be summed up in a drop of blood. Show me a teaspoon of blood and I will reveal to thee the ineffable nature of the cosmos, naked and squirming. Squirming. Funny how the truth always seems to do ...
- Laird Barron to edit inaugural Year's Best Weird Fiction
Toronto, Canada, July 2013 ? Laird Barron, a master of the weird tale, will edit the inaugural volume of the Year's Best Weird Fiction for Undertow Publications. Barron's work has been nominated for several awards, and has ...
- Door Stop Novels: Horror Fiction: The Croning by Laird Barron
With Laird Barron's new book, The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All, due out soon, I decided to try out his debut novel The Croning. While horror may be my favorite type of movie, I generally don't gravitate toward that genre ...
- Rue Morgue ? Sinister Seven: Laird Barron on Arthur Machen
To give you a primer on one of the pioneers of horror fiction, Michael Doyle talks Machen with author Laird Barron (who's featured in our April issue, on stands Monday.)] Few writers have preserved the spirit of Arthur Machen ...
- Cosmic Horror Skills at Novel Length: A Review of Laird Barron's
Laird Barron is a fairly new horror writer who fits the squarely into the latter Lovecraftian group. His short story collections The Imago Sequence and Occultation are both often heralded as must-haves for horror fans, receiving ...
- zhichektaras: Tales of Jack the Ripper Laird Barron, Joe R ...
Tales of Jack the Ripper Laird Barron, Joe R. Lansdale, Ann k. Schwader, Alan M. Clark, Gary A. Braunbeck, Ramsey Campbell, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Ennis Drake, Walter Greatshell, Ross E. Lockhart 9781939905000.