Mojo storytelling is the term coined by Joe R. Lansdale (a Texas writer of suspense, horror, and mystery) to describe a blend of humor, horror, and storytelling that characterizes his work.

Defined by Merriam-Webster Dictionary as “a magic spell, hex, or charm”, the term mojo is quite appropriate in defining Lansdale’s vision. Lansdale' work covers such broad genres as mystery, suspense, horror, Westerns, comic books, and screenwriting.

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