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Hometown:
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
About Me:
I write books and stories and other lies. I went to school for a long, long time but don't feel very smart.
Website:
http://www.victorgischler.blogspot.com
Books And Authors I Like:
James Crumley, Kurt Vonnegut, Christopher Moore, Mike Resnick, Anthony Neil Smith, Sean Doolittle, Charlie Stella, Raymond Chandler, Nancy Kress, Niven & Pournelle, Lawrence Watt Evans, Vicki Hendricks, Al Guthrie, Nancy Kress, Scott Phillips.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
The Royal Tanenbaums, Pulp Fiction, The Quiet Man, In Harm's Way, Jaws, Blade Runner, Lost in Translation, Zulu, Snatch, Dr. Zhivago, Band of Brothers, The Sand Pebbles, Bridge on the River Kwai, Seven Samurai, Anatomy of a Murder, Winchester '73.

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Posted on January 15, 2009 at 9:11am — 1 Comment

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Posted on July 24, 2008 at 7:10am

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At 4:21am on February 13, 2010, Dana King said…
Victor,
I stumbled onto one of your Worst Interviews the other day, and wound up following the links until I think I've read them all. Laugh out loud funny, and informative, too. I'm sorry to see you don't do them anymore; any thoughts of starting them up again, maybe for posting on the Blogocalypse?
At 1:37am on February 3, 2010, Dana King said…
I attended your panel at last year's Bouchercon and asked which book you'd recommend to someone unfamiliar with your work. You suggested GUN MONKEYS, which I added to my Wish List and my daughter got me for Christmas. (IS she a cool kid, or what?) I finally got a chance toread it last week.

Great book. Mickey Spillane with a sense of humor. I'll be back for more.

Thanks for the recommendation.
At 2:13am on October 15, 2009, bill bedenbender said…
Just finished Go Go Girls of the Aplocalyse. Awesome!!! I read the book in a day and a half. Keep it up!!
At 10:47am on March 10, 2009, Wayde Klein said…
reading SHOTGUN OPERA ...wow! slick read......so far, so very good...don't know which was published first, but THE WINTER OF FRANKIE MACHINE is similar but different....
At 9:40am on February 28, 2009, Wayde Klein said…
when you want to write a story but don't want to research various aspects of a department or agency...is it wrong to make up things and state them authoritatively?

Exapmle: I have an idea about a story but don't really want to figure out how an organiozed crime task force really works.....mainly because it doesn't matter..but am sure there will be references back to the task force's work...
At 5:28am on February 25, 2009, Wayde Klein said…
Hey, Thanks.......
At 9:43am on October 13, 2008, D.R. MacMaster said…
Thanks for the add. Great picture, you look very animated. ;)
At 1:31pm on August 14, 2008, JackBludis said…
Saw Zulu last week ... Great flick. Read you too ... not so bad, damn good in fact.
At 5:17am on March 24, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Hi Victor,
I read Pistol Poets on a plane and enjoyed it so much,
my husband read it when I was done (and he doesn't read.) Now Gun Monkeys is in my TBR pile.
It is fun to sit around and make stuff up, isn't it?
At 8:46pm on January 11, 2008, len howlett said…
Hi, Victor. I read 'Gun Monkeys, and 'Pistol Poets' back to back. I feel a kinship with anyone who sees the hilarity in violent crime, murder, and the relevance of Monopoly to the first two.
 
 
 

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