Lee Gambin is a Melbourne-based writer and film journalist, whose words have appeared regularly within the pages of the long-running horror film magazine Fangoria (for whom he has interviewed a wide range of genre personalities). Gambin has alsowritten liner notes for such prestige blu-ray releases as Squirm (Arrow Films), presents film
Gene Gregorits, as proclaimed by Lisa Carver, is “the greatest writer you’ve never head of”. I don’t know how much her Vice article helped him in becoming discovered by its 10-second-attention-span-hipster readership, not much I assume by the well documented struggles of his life as an underground writer.
The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City Neighborhood chronicles a year in the lives of a group of West-Baltimore natives. Written by Ed Burns (former police officer and teacher) and David Simon (former Baltimore Sun journalist), you may know of these guys from their other book Homicide: