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Barry Napier
Barry has had more than 50 short stories and poems featured in print and online publications. He is the author of The Masks of Our Fathers,The Bleeding Room, The Hollows, Nests, Dark Water, and several other books. He was also the winner of the 2012 Amazon contest "Write a Dead Man Novel" which... show more
Barry has had more than 50 short stories and poems featured in print and online publications. He is the author of The Masks of Our Fathers,The Bleeding Room, The Hollows, Nests, Dark Water, and several other books. He was also the winner of the 2012 Amazon contest "Write a Dead Man Novel" which awarded him a contract with 47 North to write the 18th installment of Amazon's Dead Man series, Streets of Blood.A collection of his short fiction, Debris, was published by Library of Horror Press in 2009 but is currently out of print (many of the stories featured in Debris can be found in his newer collection, Broken Nightlights). In 2010, his debut poetry collection, A Mouth for Picket Fences, was published by Needfire Poetry.A humble servant to ambient music and coffee, Barry continues to work towards further self publishing projects as well as pursuing traditional markets. He is currently at work on two series and a number of stand-alone novels.He keeps his online home at http://barrynapier.wordpress.com/ and you can follow him on Twitter under the name @bnapier.
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I'll think of a damn title later
I'll think of a damn title later rated it 7 years ago
My favorites, listed by author:- Joe R. Lansdale- Michael Martone- Barry Napier- Jennifer Haddock- Brian Crawford- Eric Hsu- L.R. Bonehill (awesome bio, too)- Ken Bruen- Kirk Curnutt- John Cashman- Robin Hollis- Ann Harleman- Agnieszka Stachura- Gregg Hurwitz- Jenifer Rosenberg- Stuart Dybek- Sarah ...
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ReactionxReader rated it 7 years ago
I read this in about an hour. It's fantastic--the entire time I was cringing or making sad faces or laughing or penning emoticons in the margins. I'm awed by how much the authors manage to convey in so few words. Some of the pieces in the "Love and Hate" section do fall flat, probably because it's h...
Don't Panic - Megan's BookLikes
Don't Panic - Megan's BookLikes rated it 7 years ago
I had never heard of flash fiction or micro fiction or any of that other stuff before I read this little book. Hint fiction is apparently a new concept made popular by Robert Swartwood, the editor. He hosted a contest in which people had to submit stories that were 25 words or less with the full imp...
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Whether you are in the mood for quiet horror, something more poetic or prefer a bit of gore, this collection shows Barry’s talent is far-reaching and tinged with darkness.For my full review, check out Bloody Bookish!
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!"
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!" rated it 9 years ago
I was so inspired by this little anthology of stories told in 25 words or fewer that I decided to do a "hint review" Not quite sure how good it will come out but here we go:---------------------------------------------All of these stories have a sock-it-to-you quality that you may or may not get up...
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