by Lee Widener Madeleine Swann entered the Bizarro realm with her debut novella Rainbows Suck, released through Eraserhead Press’ New Bizarro Author Series in 2015. Now her second novella 4 Rooms in a Semi-Detached House is available from Strangehouse Books. I asked Maddy some questions and she answered them! LEE: […]
by John Wayne Comunale Kyle shut the window, closed the drapes, and made his decision. The ratings had been shit for years, despite it being the longest running show in history. He was the President of Television, and tough decisions like this were his responsibility. He was going to have […]
Available on Amazon: the latest from Jordan Krall! Find yourself on a starship as it lumbers across the desert. Find yourself on a train looking out at the stars, the earth a blue marble in the infinite black abyss behind you. Find yourself overdosing on narcotics in a bathtub at […]
Bizarro artist Alan M. Clark has released another book in his Jack the Ripper Victim series. It’s available at Amazon. This novel is part of the Jack the Ripper Victims Series. Each novel in the series is a stand-alone story. Annie Chapman led a hard, lower class life in filthy 19th […]
by: Raf De Bie Last week, I asked Cynthia to marry me. Today, the mailman hands me her reply: an empty piece of paper and a plastic bag stuffed with vowels, consonants, and punctuation marks. The mailman pats me on the back. “Sorry fella, they must have fallen off. It […]
Author and interior decorator David W. Barbee compiled some toys and his own inner turmoil to create a trailer for his latest book, Bacon Fried Bastard. Enjoy!
Carlton Mellick III, the godfather of bizarro fiction, is back with a tribute to the unintentionally terrifying children’s commercials of the ‘70s and ‘80s. Only Petey remembers the Fruit Fun cereal commercials of the 1980s. He remembers how warped and disturbing they were. He remembers the lumpy-shaped cartoon children sitting […]