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Loners By Mark SaFranko
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Murderers and serial killers...Jilted lovers and outcasts... Broken men and lost women.... Loners. Cutting across genres for more than 20 years, Mark SaFranko has excelled in charting the life of... More > the outsider. This collection includes nine of SaFranko's stories... all shot through with his trademark realism. 'New York Times' bestselling crime author Seymour Shubin ['Anyone's My Name'] introduces the stories, hailing Loners as "a collection of brilliant short stories that had me twisting inwardly as I read them...They are magnificent." Mark SaFranko's tales will appeal to fans of the first-person realism of Fante and Bukowksi, while the spiralling effects of being an outsider have drawn comparisons to Harry Crews ['The Gospel Singer'] and Chester Himes ['A Rage In Harlem']. Some of the stories will shock ["Just Next Door"], some will thrill ["Alley Night"], some will provoke thought ["Life Change"] but all have the page-turning energy of writers such as Joe R. Lansdale ['Mucho Mojo'].< Less
Dirty Work By Mark SaFranko
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"Dirty Work" is the fourth of Mark SaFranko's series of Max Zajack novels and follows the critically acclaimed "Hating Olivia," "Lounge Lizard" and "God Bless... More > America." "Dirty Work" is the bridge between "God Bless America" and "Hating Olivia." Max has left school and is searching for a steady job that gives him enough sanity to survive...and enough free time to write. Drawing comparisons to both "Factotum" and "Death on the Installment Plan", the novel charts Max's struggles to make cash and become a great artist. As he writes: "How often does a man love what he’s doing? Once or twice in a lifetime if he’s lucky. For the artist it’s more complicated. He’s absorbed in himself, in his own inner machinery. The external world, the realm of dollars and cents, isn’t usually of much interest to him....I didn’t know what I was. But was I an artist? Where was the evidence? Right then and there I should have gotten up and walked out. But I didn’t. When I suffered, I tended to stay put and suffer more."< Less
FFJ Anthology By Freedom Fiction Journal Vol. 01
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Freedom Fiction Journal (FFJ): An eclectic mix of all flavours of genre fiction. We have a lavish spread for you in this Anthology. There are 14 short stories plus 2 great interviews. Fiction from... More > Joshua Allen, Howard Karlitz, Grady Yandell, Chris Castle, AD Dawson, Ilan Herman, Kai Verheijen and more. Interviews with Uwe Jarling and Mark SaFranko. We aim to present a literary body of work that will offer a truly global reader-experience for our worldwide audience, featuring successful authors from all walks of life.< Less
Lonely No More By Seymour Shubin
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Seymour Shubin’s best-selling first novel - 'Anyone’s My Name' - was released in 1953. In the following sixty years, Shubin has released fourteen novels and a large number of short... More > stories in magazines such as 'Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine' and 'Futures.' 'Lonely No More' collects sixteen of Seymour Shubin’s best realist and crime stories from his illustrious career, many of which have been unavailable for decades. 'Lonely No More' is published by Murder Slim Press, the renowned UK publishers of Mark SaFranko ('Hating Olivia'), Robert McGowan ('NAM') and 'The Savage Kick Literary Magazine' (which has featured Tony O'Neill, Dan Fante, Jim Goad, Doug Stanhope, Joe R. Lansdale and many more).< Less
Twisted Tales Mega-Mania By Edited by Ujjwal Dey
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FFJ starts this anthology with back-to-back stories from their most successful and prolific author, Chris Castle. He weaves magic with words. The emotions & sentiments he brings to the fore with... More > his human tales are unmatched so far in FFJ in all its years of existence. So two of his stories start the anthology & then two of his stories end the anthology. FFJ discovered many new brilliant writers in the past years. Alexandra Burt, Aloysa, Rob Ambrose & Emal Rustemi have brilliant new pulp tales that will make you wonder at the possibilities of fiction and how it can be used to map the human consciousness, endeavours and attitudes. Andrew Bud Adams, Jon-Paul Stracco and Nicholas Coriz give us genre fiction’s best. Sam S. Kepfield returns with a historical fiction. James Newman returns too. Lot more to name and discover. I will simply state that we have 44 spectacular tales awaiting your pleasure in this book. Bonus includes interviews with legends Uwe Jarling and Mark SaFranko.< Less