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Cameron Pierce

His work is what William Burroughs’s imagination would look like if turned into Japanese anime.

“Pierce is one of the weirdest, most imaginative writers around.” – Lloyd Kaufman, director of The Toxic Avenger and Poultrygeist

“Dr. Seuss meets David Cronenberg.” – Carlton Mellick III

“Before he goes gently into that weird night by spontaneously combusting, Pierce seems hellbent on writing his fill of Bizarro lit. His tales include many standard tropes, like pickles and pancakes falling in love, or ass-shaped goblins who abduct children for slave labor and eating, or flying Biblical sharks. It’s a scene.” –

“A fascinating mix of William Burroughs, David Cronenberg, and Lenny Bruce if you were to take all three and drop them into a blender.” – Keith J. Crocker, director of Blitzkrieg: Escape From Stalag 69

“In an era when very little remains shocking, Pierce might have actually managed to create a genuinely disturbing work of fiction, the literary equivalent of Schindler’s List rewritten by the Marquis De Sade and filmed as a Tim Burton animated feature.” – The Gaurdian, on Ass Goblins of Auschwitz

“Weird, wicked, wonderful.” – NY Times bestselling author Piers Anthony on The Pickled Apocalypse of Pancake Island

“I am slightly afraid of it. It looks kind of contagious.” – Warren Ellis, on Ass Goblins of Auschwitz

cameron pierce


CAMERON PIERCE writes surreal nightmares that are funny, sad, sincere, and violent. Melding William Burroughs, Philip K. Dick, and Saturday morning cartoons into a glorious literature fondue, Pierce’s fiction is a Bizarro buffet for the discerning reader.

He is also the editor of Lazy Fascist Press, publishing books by indie cult sensation Sam Pink, World Fantasy Award-winner Alan M. Clark, and many other of today’s leading authors.

He lives in Portland, OR, where he enjoys cooking up abominable delicacies, fighting squid with vacuum cleaners, and throwing meat at unsuspecting passersby.

One day he will spontaneously explode.