651 Mon March 14 2011 - 22:42:10
Comments: Jack, thank you so much. I work in a book store and was losing my enthusiasm for reading. I just finished The Lost. I loved it. I am so excited to read more.
652 Mon March 14 2011 - 20:44:34
Comments: I've only just been made aware that PEACEABLE KINGDOM is available in e-book format from Dorchester, for those of you who like the short stuff...
653 Mon March 14 2011 - 17:32:49
Fullname: M Brown
Comments: I just ordered the Unexpurgated edition of Off Season. I'm really looking forward to reading it!
D...You are most welcome, and thanks for your response, very cool of you.
654 Sun March 13 2011 - 16:34:53
Comments: Hi guys...I forgot to spring ahead, so I'm hour's sleep-deprived. The cats were happy though. They got fed an hour early...GAIL -- happy to say that HIDE AND SEEK's been optioned, as has THE PASSENGER (optioned by Lucky.) WINTER CHILD's a longish short story which appears in the Leisure edition of OFF SEASON, continuing the story of those pesky cannibals. CHRISTOPHER -- glad you liked THE WOMAN. Bet you like the movie too! M BROWN -- glad you found me, and thank you. ALYSON -- THE WOMAN, LADIES' NIGHT and BOOK OF SOULS -- quite a diverse group! There will definitely be more to come of the harder-to-find titles. I'll keep you guys posted...best, D.
655 Fri March 11 2011 - 18:12:55
Comments: We got a Kindle for Christmas so I christened it with THE WOMAN, LADIES' NIGHT, and BOOK OF SOULS. I loved THE WOMAN -- it's like a violent fable, a cautionary examination of the nuclear family as well as the eternal struggle between men and women. LADIES' NIGHT and BOOK OF SOULS let me experience some of your lesser known work. I'm slowly making my way through your entire repertoire. To that end, I hope you'll be releasing more of the hard-to-find titles in e-book format.
656 Fri March 11 2011 - 02:29:05
Fullname: M Brown
Comments: I have only begun to read your stories; I now have a new vein to plunge into, thankfully you've written so many!
I have read many of the same authors listed as your influences, and was not surprised, as the literacy of your writng shines with skill and dedication.
You have a great insight into the human experience of survival, mentally and physically, at great odds; of the resilence, and ulitmate good of most people. < I cannot say all, because as we know there are number who are not>.
Also, the cats...the often silent, always generous, vigilant, keepers of our peace.
Thank you for your time, and thank you for the stories, I have enjoyed the begining of this journey, and look forward to it's continuation.
657 Fri March 11 2011 - 01:21:06
Fullname: Christopher DeRoche
Comments: Dude, Just finished The Woman. I am amazed. The story is so colorful. I can't wait to see the movie. Accolades to you and lucky on this project!! Damn man, what a rush reading that. Thank you.
658 Wed March 09 2011 - 00:45:53
Fullname: Gail Gowland
Comments: Hi Jack,I have been looking at some of your info, I have seen a interview with a guy named "jm" at vince and eddies on west 68th st - have no idea when it was- so there is alot more coming from the great one in regards to movies, I would like to see right to life hide and seek , joyride - I AM REALLY INTRESTED IN '" the passager " do tell us more about that !also I have never heard of " winter child " something about offspring? anyway fill us in jack, thanks - found out what the " cow " was too!
659 Tue March 08 2011 - 20:22:04
Comments: Christopher -- yes. HOPEFULLY May...Leisure are not yet squared away...
660 Tue March 08 2011 - 20:20:30
Comments: The East Coast Premiere of THE WOMAN will be going down at the Boston Underground Film Festival: Friday March 25th, 9:30PM at the Kendall Square Cinema. Tickets aren't on sale yet, but this is where you will be able to get them people: https://tickets.landmarktheatres.com/Ticketing.aspx?TheatreID=231&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1
661 Tue March 08 2011 - 14:45:49
Comments: Hi, will COW also be in the Leisure paperback edition which will be released in May? Thanks.
662 Sun March 06 2011 - 17:57:41
Comments: Marc -- tried to e-mail you the message came back undeliverable at that address. ???? - D
663 Sun March 06 2011 - 17:49:56
Comments: P.S.: Thanks, Lee!
664 Sun March 06 2011 - 17:48:52
Comments: Halfway through Edward Lee's PAGES TORN FROM A TRAVEL JOURNAL. Rednecks with enormous dicks, a kinky carnival, a sweet blonde with no teeth and hands for feet, and...H.P. Lovecraft. Only Lee can pull this stuff off! JOHN -- SPIT's worth seeing again. Holds up very well. Glad you liked it too, GAIL. ELI -- you're right, RED was a case of Lucky vs. the money guys. Guess who pretty much always wins? Leisure are remaindering all their mass-market titles, which is why you found my stuff at the bin at Wal-Mart. Everybody's got a Wal-Mart, right? So all of you out there, pounce! Cheap horror! MARC, MEAGHAN. I'll e-mail you... Best to all, D.
665 Sat March 05 2011 - 14:52:54
Fullname: Gail Gowland
Comments: I just saw spit on your grave and I LOVED IT !
666 Thu March 03 2011 - 18:25:54
Fullname: Meaghan Truckey
Comments: Dear Dallas,
We Have corresponded before, and as you know your my all time favorite author, aside from Nikos Kazantzakis. Any way I am a senior at Curtis High School in University Place WA. One of our Graduation requirments is to interveiw a professional in the career field we are interested in. As you may not remember I wish to be a novelist like yourself and I would GREATLY appericate the oppertunity to interveiw you either by phone or email. If you would be willing (which would be amazingly awesome!!!) Please send me a reply by email.
Thank you SO much for taking the time to consider this.
667 Thu March 03 2011 - 17:20:53
Fullname: Lee Nolan
Comments: Hey, Jack.
Please donít ever deprive the world of your unique talent. You truly are one of the greats!
Kind regards, everyone.
668 Thu March 03 2011 - 16:35:58
Fullname: Marc Podell
Loved sitting at Agean and listening/talking to you and the crew that was always there, our own "Cheers" if you will. Got a new UWS watering hole? Love to stop by, sit in, have a drink and listen. Ever know where Matt the bartender ended up? Haven't heard from him in years.
669 Thu March 03 2011 - 15:35:07
Fullname: eli wells
Comments: P.S. How the hell Did I totally score some of your books in a bargain bin at Wal-Mart? That just made my day!
670 Thu March 03 2011 - 15:26:39
Fullname: Eli Wells
Comments: After reading Red I truly apprieciate the subtle Horror of the whole thing. I then watched the movie which was awesome as well,Brian cox was Pitch perfect. I couldn't help but wonder what happened with Lucky Mckee that resulted in his early departure? He is a capable and great director, MAY was creepy. You are collaborating with him again so it wasn't a issue with you. I can only assume that it was some sort of conflict with the producers. What the hell happened? I am truly excited for THE WOMAN and eagerly anticipating it's release. I expect that it will be fantastic because as always you knock 'em dead!
671 Tue March 01 2011 - 13:08:09
Comments: I first saw the original "I Spit..." about 25 years ago. And it stunned me...gave me that disturbing "unclean" feeling that I have dubbed "That GUMMO feeling". I could not shake it for weeks. I loved it. AND to this dy I can vividly recall the entire film, in my mid, and have never watched more than the initial time...so I think THAT is a testament, in and of itself...as to how powerful a film it is.
672 Tue March 01 2011 - 07:10:49
Comments: Sorry JIMBO, but I can't answer either of these questions. I won't pick my favorite child and there are too many wonderful books which have influenced and charmed me along the way to pick even a dozen. Keep reading! Read 'em all! Best, D
673 Tue March 01 2011 - 07:07:16
Comments: Anchor Bay have just released a remastered I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE, the original, with a fine commentary by the director. It's well worth seeing this again. He uses almost entirely ambient sound and long edits. And Camille Keaton's performance is intelligent and incredibly brave. Wish the guys cast and the writing had been nearly as good. I think she must have bet her career on this and lost, and what a loss it was...but still, all these years later, she stunned me... - D
674 Mon February 28 2011 - 11:36:45
Comments: Hi, Jack.
This is just a quick message as you are obviously a busy man writing those sweet fucking stories .
In my eyes you have written numerous fantastic novels, but which novel do you personally feel is your best? I know that this is a hard question but which novel do you feel stands head above all others?
And what is your personal favourite novel (what you didnít pen), everyone has a novel that they revisit because they are such a fan of that particular book so which novel is like that for you?
A long time fan and fucking proud.
675 Sun February 27 2011 - 15:27:58
Comments: PHILIPP -- just learned that THE CROSSINGS has just been published in German under the title DIE SCHWESTERN...D
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