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How I Weird: Andrew James Stone

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So I found out the other day that Andrew J. Stone teaches bizarro fiction. Like, in a real school, to a living class, of actual breathing students, with impressionable minds.  While we’re all sat at home in our soiled underwear, guzzling beer bongs and endlessly scrolling through Twitter, he’s out […]

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How I Weird: David W Barbee

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Today we get the very special privilege of talking to not only the Editor-In-Cheef of BizarroCentral.Com, not only one of the great bizarro authors of our time, not only the Grandmaster Toad-Licker himself, but the man who was just this morning crowned THE SEXIEST MAN IN FRANCE 2019. And he’s […]

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How I Weird: Ben Fitts

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Point your guzzler to the sky, howl at the moon, and say his name thrice. That’s how one summons the spooky zinester from New York, Ben Fitts.  Either that or slide into his DM’s, all slick-like.  Ben might look sanitary from a safe distance, but believe me, he’s absolutely filthy. […]

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How I Weird: Michael Allen Rose

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Michael Allen Rose appeared to me in a dream last night. Naked? Absolutely! He popped his eyeballs out of his head and suggested we trade but I was like, “but I like my eyes, thanks,” and he proceeded to howl at me with such a punishingly sweet vibrato that I […]

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How I Weird: Gerald Dean Rice

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Gerald Dean Rice is an enigma. Some say he is a demonic creature from another dimension that climbed out of a birthday cake. “Surprise!” he said, before melting the birthday girl, friends, and parents, with his famous exploding striptease. Some say he’s more than that, a dream that thought it […]

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S.T. Cartledge Presents: YOU READ MY PODCAST

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Bizarro author, poet, and Australian S.T. Carledge has created something in total defiance of all the sea of podcasts that saturates the internet. This new and groundbreaking interview format features all the candid conversation of a podcast… but you can read it. That’s right: real, emotional, boundary-breaking revelations and soul-searching […]

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Madeleine Swann & 4 Rooms in a Semi-Detached House

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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:  […]

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Interview: Buddy Giovinazzo by Chris Kelso

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Chris Kelso was kind enough to share his essay/interview with Buddy Giovinazzo author of Life is Hot in Cracktown and writer/director of the Troma film Combat Shock. Chris is also starting a new press along with Nicholas Day. It’s called ROOSTERVISION, and it’s all about film studies, so if you […]

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Mind Widening Music #4: The Slow Poisoner

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by Lee Widener For this installment of Bizarro Music, I’d like to introduce you to Andrew Goldfarb, otherwise known as “The Slow Poisoner.” I’d like to, but most of you are probably already familiar with him. For those of you who are not: Andrew Goldfarb is Bizarro’s true Renaissance man. […]

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Show Me Your Shelves: Mandy De Sandra

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Sometimes you do an interview and then life happens and the interview never sees the light of day. That happened to me with this interview you’re reading right now. Luckily, it’s never too late to take a look at the shelves of the queen of bizarro erotica, the great Mandy […]

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The Strangest: An Interview With Michael J. Seidlinger

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by Laurance Friend Laurance Friend: Did you have to choose between coffee and suicide this morning? Are you really alive? Michael J. Seidlinger: Truth is I’m already dead and the only thing keeping my body from rotting away is coffee, lots and lots of coffee. Dead is better because you […]

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Interview with Richard Thomas

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by Jeremy C. Shipp Richard Thomas is a brilliant author, and he’s Editor-in-Chief at Dark House Press. Richard has taken time out of his busy schedule to chat with me about Smurfs, Gamut Magazine, and other topics. Jeremy C. Shipp: Hi, Richard. Welcome to my little chthonic cave. I hope you didn’t […]

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Show Me Your Shelves: Scott Cole

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by Gabino Iglesias I met Scott Cole online a few years ago and then had a chance to hang out with him at BizarroCon. He likes talking books and movies, so we got along splendidly. He’s an easy guy to get along with and one someone whose passion for weird […]

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Show Me Your Shelves: Jeff Burk

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by Gabino Iglesias Jeff Burk was one of the first people I met outside of Facebook that quickly joined my “if you don’t like this person, you’re an asshole” list. I’ve talked books, beer, and horror with Jeff and it’s always been great. I’ve also talked about piracy, politics, the […]

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Show Me Your Shelves: Jessica McHugh

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by Gabino Iglesias I can’t remember when I “met” Jessica McHugh online, but her good attitude, constant hustle, and sense of humor made her one of those folks I like keeping in touch with despite the fact that we’ve never shared a beer. In a nutshell, Jessica’s one of those cool writers […]

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Show Me Your Shelves: William Pauley III

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by Gabino Iglesias Besides having a cool name, William Pauley III is one of those writers whose books never fail to entertain because he takes full advantage of bizarro’s lack of rules in order to create narratives that are fun, wild, and unique (you know, and gory and creepy from time to […]

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Show Me Your Shelves: Brian Alan Ellis

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by Gabino Iglesias Say what you like about Facebook, but it’s a great place to meet awesome people. One day a book popped up on my feed. The title caught my eye: The Mustache He’s Always Wanted but Could Never Grow. It was written by a guy named Brian Alan […]