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Printers Row Lit Fest: Chicago, IL

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Since 1985, the Printers Row neighborhood in Chicago hosts a literary festival each June. After the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the area became the Midwest hub of the printing industry with historically significant buildings designed by legendary architects. Today, it continues to be a draw for fans of Chicago […]

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Eraserhead Press & Lazy Fascist Releases: Fall 2016

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Take a look at all the weird books available this fall! There are three releases from Lazy Fascist Press… “[Takes] you on a slow descent into madness.” –SF Signal “Begins strange and gets quite a bit stranger.” –Innsmouth Free Press “Rumbullion has moments of hilarity, ridiculousness, and mystery aplenty.” –The […]

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Show Me Your Shelves: Constance Ann Fitzgerald

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by Gabino Iglesias Constance Ann Fitzgerald is the author of Trashland a Go-Go and editor of this site you’re reading. However, the coolest thing she has going right now, besides her hair, some new glasses, and the fact that she just moved to Portland to take care of business, is […]

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Bizarro Central’s Summer Reading List

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We asked more than a dozen authors of bizarro fiction to name the book they’re most excited to read this summer. The resulting list is a mix of new releases, classics, and a few that may surprise you. If you’re looking for a great summer read, here’s what sixteen bizarro fiction stars […]

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Flash Fiction Friday: The Jeremiah Tree

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by Constance Ann Fitzgerald Asleep in my bed, the sound of the front door latching shut woke me. I lay there, staring off into the shadows that were fractioned by the slits of light cast by the blinds. Then came a rustling sound, like that of a long exasperated breeze […]

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A Letter from Saint Nick

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My darling children, and the thoroughly compromised grown-ups you seem inevitably fated to become: For close to twenty years, some joker named Robert Devereaux has been chronicling my life. There were things he stretched, but mainly he told the truth. Lately, he’s gone into my attempt to fix the horrendously […]