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Arnold, Joel

Overview
Works: 9 works in 10 publications in 1 language and 199 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Short stories  Juvenile works  History  Horror tales 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PS571.M6, 813.0872089776
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Publications about Joel Arnold
Publications by Joel Arnold
Most widely held works by Joel Arnold
Resort to Murder : [thirteen more tales of mystery by Minnesota's premier writers ( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 106 libraries worldwide
Anthology of mystery stories set in a Minnesota resort and written by Minnesota authors
Public procurement review procedures by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development( Book )
2 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 53 libraries worldwide
Ox cart angel by Joel Arnold( Book )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 30 libraries worldwide
Northwoods deep by Joel Arnold( Book )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Fetal Bait Apocalypse; 3 Collections in 1 by Joel Arnold( file )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Fetal Bait Apocalypse; 3 Collections contain all three of Joel Arnold's short story collections in one volume:Bait and Other StoriesBedtime Stories for the ApocalypseFetal Position and Other StoriesThis one volume holds over 120,000 words of fiction that will haunt and terrify you for days on end.Contains the award winning stories "Some Things Don't Wash Off" and "Mississippi Pearl" as well as stories that have seen print in such venues as Weird Tales, Gothic.Net, ChiZine, HorrorFind and Pseudopod. Six of these stories have received honorable mentions in The Years Best Fantasy & Horror.In these three collections, you'll meet:A father whose intense longing for his dead son lead to disturbing consequences.A group of college students tubing down a river through a burnt forest who encounter terrifying creatures.A man seeking redemption for a sinful past through the skill of a tattoo artist.A Cambodian-American teen who will fit in with the locals at any cost.A woman who finds a bizarre solace in a rare pearl.A self-absorbed husband monitoring the end of his existence over the internet.A teenager digging his way through a deep crust of waste and bone to win his freedom.A man whose work for the Khmer Rouge returns to haunt him.A son who has an intensely strange relationship with his mother.A student with a bizarre homework assignment.A woman who has a macabre way to deal with bill collectors.These stories and more will have you up late into the night, glancing over your shoulder and flinching at the slightest of noises."Joel Arnold is the real deal. He elicits a subtle element of terror and justice through his writing, delivered without a heavy hand. His exceptional imagery effects readers in a way that leaves them chilled and disturbed; causing the kind of behavior that will leave friends asking "what's bothering you," for days afterwards." D.L. Russell, editor of Strange, Weird & Wonderful Magazine"Author Arnold has a deft touch with horror that will leave a chill in your spine, but without the violence and gore of much modern horror. The stories remind me of Ray Bradbury at his darkest with their ability to play on the difference between what we know might happen and what we want to happen. These are complex tales with layers below the surface enjoyment of a story well written." Armchair Interviews
A Wrinkle in Crime; 10 Stories of Foul Play, Murder and Revenge by Joel Arnold( file )
1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In the Midwest, the saying goes, "Revenge is a hot-dish best served cold" - or something to that effect. In Joel Arnold's new short story collection A WRINKLE IN CRIME, revenge is also served at a lakeside resort, in an outhouse, at a state fair, on a camping trip in the Gallatin Mountains, and along a snow-swept lonely highway.In these 10 stories of foul play, murder and revenge, you'll meet:A man who takes advantage of an unfortunate accident to pull off a perfect crime.A woman whose only refuge against a knife-wielding assailant is a fiberglass outhouse.An elderly gay couple who come face to face with murder - and their past - at a cozy lake resort.A sister whose dark secrets reside in a beautiful pearl.A man who poses as an old woman's personal assistant in order to murder her at the Minnesota State Fair.These plus five more stories will keep you up late at night, turning the pages!"Joel Arnold is, hands down, one of my favorite short story writers. This collection is impressive, diverse, and always great fun!" - Ellen Hart, author of the Jane Lawless and Sophie Greenway series.TOC:The OpportunityTaking Care of KatrinaMercyHole in the FenceLeave No WakeOccupiedWhite CrossesThe CheaterBlue-Eyed MaryMississippi Pearl
Bedtime Stories for the Apocalypse, Volumes 1, 2, & 3 by Joel Arnold( file )
1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
All three volumes of Joel Arnold's popular BEDTIME STORIES FOR THE APOCALYPSE series gathered together in ONE omnibus edition! Over thirty stories of horror and sci-fi, including bonus stories by Daniel Pyle and H.P. Lovecrabbe!These are the kind of bedtime stories that will keep you reading far into the night!"'Bedtime Stories' is a wonderful collection of short stories all linked together with an unsettling distrust of the future...Any fan of either horror or short stories should be willing to give this collection a shot. Delightfully macabre." - David Dalglish, author of the 'Shadowdance' and 'Half-Orcs' series, on Volume 1"They're chilling in the classic campfire story way, but all the more frightening for the dark societies they posit for perhaps the not-so-far future." - Isabela Morales on Volume 1
The siege by Joel Arnold( file )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Theological antinomy : a complementarian model for paradox by Joel Arnold( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Most questions of hermeneutics or prolegomena are unavoidable -- even those who ignore the problem still assume a position by default. Similarly, apart from completely denying either the existence of paradox or any role for logic, it is impossible to avoid relying on some type of discriminating criteria between the two. The problem is that though every theologian relies on these criteria, most do so by assumption and without self-critical analysis, resulting in subjectivity and inconsistency. The same problems are paradoxical for some and logically correlated by others because theologians use contrary definitions of biblical paradox, and naturally, such differences result in polemical conflict. As writers attack one another regarding what should be properly understood as paradoxical, they appeal to no set of explicit, objective criteria; rather, their definitions of paradox seem to be controlled by their polemical agendas and theological conclusions. - Need for this study
 
Alternative Names
Arnold, J. A. (Joel A.)
Languages
English (10)
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