"I drove all the way across town to cut up this son of a bitch, but it's these three flights of stairs that got me worried. . ."
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"The unhinged depravity of your standard street freak is a very difficult thing to predict. . ."
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"You have to look hard to find two consecutive pages that don't deal with sex or violence, but why would you want to? If you're man enough, you'll love this book. If you're not, give it to your girlfriend. If she accepts it and enjoys it, never turn your back on her." --Otto Penzler
Big Daddy Thug/Todd Robinson's writing has appeared in Danger City, Demolition, Out Of The Gutter, Pulp Pusher, Crimespree and Writers Digest's The Years Best Writing 2003. He is the creator and chief editor of Thuglit.com.
The stories he's edited for Thuglit.com have been nominated for several awards, including The Derringer (presented by the Short Mystery Fiction Society) and The Million Writer's Award, and been have been selected for Best American Mystery Stories and Best Noir 2006.
He lives and works in New York with his wife (Lady Detroit), a ferret named Matilda and three freakin' cats.