ANGEL DUST APOCALYPSE is now available as light radiation from your Kindle screen!
This hi-def transfer of the cult classic has been fully revised and updated and features 20,000 words of new digital-only content including:
-And new section “The Fallout: Bonus Material of Suspect Value” which contains early, entirely out-of-control interviews with CEMETERY DANCE magazine and THE MEAT SOCKET, as well as “JUST THE WORST THING EVER: A TERRIBLE STORY YOU SHOULDN’T READ (WITH WRITER’S COMMENTARY)” and “A REAL BATCH OF NETWORK PITCHES FOR SHOWS WHICH YOU WILL PROBABLY NOT BE SEEING ANYTIME SOON.”
It’s priced crazy cheap ($2.99) for the holidays and to say thanks for all the support and love the book has received in the past.
A feeling has been tearing up the underground of the fiction world. It’s a nightmare reflection of the society you inhabit, a surreal explosion of pop, punk, and the post-apocalypse. Over the last decade, Bizarro Fiction has changed the definition of avant garde, it’s abolished the traditional prose of yesterday and established a new precedent for awesome. Collected in this anthology is some of the best weird fiction from the past decade. Award-winning writers, cult prodigies and burgeoning talents all collected together in one place. This is what you’ve done with the last ten years of your life.
With stories by:
D. Harlan Wilson, Alissa Nutting, Joe R. Lansdale, Carlton Mellick III, Kevin L. Donihe, Blake Butler, Ryan Boudinot, Vincent Sakowski, Cody Goodfellow, Amelia Gray, Robert Devereaux, Mykle Hansen, Athena Villaverde, Matthew Revert, Garrett Cook, Roy Kesey, Jeremy Robert Johnson, Aimee Bender, Ian Watson & Roberto Quaglia, Jeremy C. Shipp, Andersen Prunty, Jedediah Berry, Andrea Kneeland, Kurt Dinan, David Agranoff, Ben Loory, Kris Saknussemm, Stephen Graham Jones, Bentley Little, David W. Barbee, and Tom Piccirilli.
Published by Eraserhead Press. Edited by Cameron Pierce.
Order The Best Bizarro Fiction of the Decade today.
Tomorrow evening (Saturday, February 18th at 7pm), Lazy Fascist author Stephen Graham Jones will be appearing at the Broadway Book Mall in Denver, CO to sign copies of Zombie Bake-Off (out now from Lazy Fascist) and Amazing Stories of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
In addition to signing books, Jones will be speaking on a panel about the outre in genre fiction. Also appearing on the panel are Jesse Bullington (author of The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart and The Enterprise of Death) and Jason Heller, whose first novel, TAFT 2012, was recently published by Quirk Books.
Plus, there will be donuts.
If you’re in Denver, this is a must-attend.
The latest issue of The Magazine of Bizarro Fiction is now available! This one is guest-edited by Cameron Pierce.
Feature Novella: The Obsese by Shirley Jackson Award-winner Nick Antosca. Imagine The Birds with obese people instead of birds and you’ll have a slight idea of what this brilliant social satire is all about.
Fiction by Stephen Graham Jones, Bradley Sands, Andersen Prunty, R.J. Sevin, Matty Byloos, J. David Osborne, Kirsten Alene, a collaborative story by Alan M. Clark and Jeremy Robert Johnson, and an exclusive excerpt from Sam Pink’s forthcoming novel, The No Hellos Diet.
Non-Fiction by Douglas Lain, Molly Tanzer, Patrick Wensink, J. David Osborne, and Caris O’Malley.
The author spotlight this issue is on multi-talented bizarro favorite Andrew Goldfarb.