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Earthquakes in Candyland
The young ones were born too poor, too late to hear the promises and believe them.
We feel earthquakes, and there is nowhere left to hide. This is Jennifer Robin’s America: Hilarious, heartbreaking, razor-sharp.
My father was dying. There was no hope. Then he took a screwdriver to the brain. Got pregnant. And found the cure for death. Impossible? That’s my dad.
The Bizarro Encyclopedia of Film (Vol 1)
From the first silent movies to the latest YouTube craze, Bizarro weirdness has always been the secret ingredient that glues our eyeballs to the screen. Transported beyond regular life. To places we only dared dream.
The Worst That Could Happen
You think your job sucks? Check out the dystopian employment opportunities in S.G. Murphy’s debut collection of savvy cybersplat nightmare near-futures!
Spungunion is a working-class blue-collar Bizarro horror fable of
haunting loss and grief, somewhere between Lynch and Lansdale on the
mind-bending dream-scale, with mythic heartfelt poetry only John
Boden could bring.
This is genial lowbrow high lit weirdness: the funny, punchy cousin of Danielewski’s House of Leaves, a Vonnegut and Salinger paté on a choose-your-own cracker, with a lapdance from Nancy Drew.
Long-Form Religious Porn
“A funny, sexy, weird, scary book about vampire cults, murder, kinky sex, quack therapy and making movies in Los Angeles, all told with Laura Lee Bahr’s blend of pants-offing charm and wicked genius.”
– Francesca Lia Block
“Laura Lee Bahr writes masterpiece fiction. Oh my God, we’re witnessing the beginning of a brilliant canon and career.”
– Josh Malerman, author of Bird Box
I Will Rot Without You
“I WILL ROT WITHOUT YOU is like Cronenberg’s THE FLY if it had been directed by Frank Zappa and Bruce Bickford. Nightmarishly rich in vision, absurdly and painfully hilarious, sorrowfully poignant, and bristling with outrageous surprises that never ever ever stop coming till it’s done.”
– John Skipp, from his introduction
He Digs A Hole
Get a job. Get married. Buy a house. Cut off your hands and replace them with gardening tools. Dig a hole. Can you hear the worms calling? Keep digging.
“Danger Slater is fearless and should be ashamed of himself. Thank God he’s not.”
– JOSH MALERMAN, author of Bird Box
“PUPPET SKIN is a dark, grotesquely-beautiful Bizarro nightmare fable for alienated teens of all ages. If you’ve ever felt lost in this deranged universe, Danger’s book knows exactly what you mean.”
– John Skipp, author of THE LIGHT AT THE END and THE ART OF HORRIBLE PEOPLE
“The gene-splice baby of Philip K. Dick and Poppy Z. Brite.” – John Skipp, from his introduction
WARNING: THIS BOOK IS A PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCE.
Side effects may include: flashbacks, unshakeable awe and terror, the sense that your reality will never be the same.
The Last Goddam Hollywood Movie
“Fasten your blast goggles for the mutant offspring of Dr. Strangelove and The Player.” – Richard Stanley, writer/director of Hardware
“Packs a hell of a punch. Hilarious, savage and moving.”- Peter Tennant, Black Static
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I’ll Fuck Anything That Moves and Stephen Hawking
I Am Genghis Cum