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Angeldust Apocalypse

A collection of Bizarro tales by Jeremy Robert Johnson

January 13th, 2008 · Written by · No Comments

Angel Dust Apocalypse

Angeldust Apocalypse belongs to an emerging genre called Bizarro fiction, which holds disturbing imagery as one of its defining characteristics. I could focus on these often macabre situations in Angeldust Apocalypse — moments of human body modification, subcutaneous worm trafficking, corporate logo shaped scars — but to do just that would be doing this collection a severe disservice. [...]

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It Came From Below The Belt

A Bizarro Novel by Bradley Sands

November 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

It Came From Below the Belt

The bizarro world is a quickly growing literary genre. It’s not that the storytelling style is new, it’s simply catching on in the mainstream. The stories are not quite horror. Nor are they fantasy. In fact, many of the tales told in this subculture are flat out absurd. That’s the whole point. They take place in worlds where anything goes and nothing is predictable. [...]

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