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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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Review: All Hail The House Gods

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If dystopian fiction holds a magnifying glass to trends and aspects of the present day, increasing their prominence horrifically, then what about a bizarro dystopia? It presses a distorted glass against our fears, holding it so close that the details twist and mutate, making us not entirely sure what to […]

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New Release: All Hail The House Gods

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“A joy-ride of a read, Stone has created a compelling morality tale that’s moral lies somewhere in tomorrow’s déjà vu. Funny, sad, stunning in its imaginative realization, Andrew J. Stone’s new novel is as topical, timely, and telling as a Freudian slip.” —Laura Lee Bahr, author of Haunt and Angel […]

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New Releases: Fall 2016

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More bizarro books are dropping for the Christmas season, brought to you by Atlatl Press, Strangehouse, and Bizarro Pulp Press. Click the titles to head over to the book’s Amazon page. WE DID EVERYTHING WRONG Abraham Koyfman is a widower of nine months. He works from home selling subliminal self-help […]