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When the Light-Bulb Is Bare: Essays on Horror and Noir

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Barry Graham's horror fiction has earned him comparisons with Bram Stoker, M.R. James and Stephen King, while his neo-noir fiction has been compared to that of James M. Cain, Richard Stark, David Goodis, Quentin Tarantino and Jim Thompson.

In this collection of essays examining what Graham contends are the two most important and enduring genres, he combines literary analysi
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Kindle Edition, 60 pages
Published January 2nd 2015 by Cracked Sidewalk Press
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Barry Graham is what Foucault called an Author Function.

More than a dozen books.

Published in magazines including Harper's, Salon, Narratively, PANK, Northwords Now, Flaunt, Parabola, The Big Click and Nerve.