A new story of mine, “Simple Machines,” was published in the new issue of The Magazine of Bizarro Fiction. The story is about a man who discovers one day that the inside of his body is infested with dozens of miniature clones of himself, who happen to control him like a machine.
There is also a big in depth article on me and my writing career, which is by far the best article that has ever been written about me. I also wrote an essay for the regular feature “Bizarro Novels that Never Were” where I talk about my novel “The Cranky Dildo” that I wrote and lost before it could ever be published.
I highly recommend getting this issue of the magazine. It is incredibly good and definitely worth the $6.95 cover price. It also includes a great short novella by Kevin Donihe called “The Traveling Dildo Salesman” that some believe to be his finest work. It’s worth the cover price for this novella alone. Mykle Hansen’s novelette “Blimpman” is also great.
If you haven’t picked up a copy of this magazine before, start with this issue.
Here are the contents:
Morphia by Vincent Sakowski
She can see the future but first she must drown.
The Traveling Dildo Salesman by Kevin L. Donihe
The heartwarming tale of a man that just can’t stop selling dildos.
Fathers and Sons by D. Harlan Wilson
“I think grandpa’s alive again…”
A Better Child by Gina Ranalli
A mother whose baby is literally unraveling.
Blimpman by Mykle Hansen
Can Blimpman save Pleasanton from the menace of Dr. Dickerdunner?
Simple Machines by Carlton Mellick III
What happens when you find out who’s really at the controls in your head?
Ogner Stump by Andrew Goldfarb
What sorrow awaits Ogner Stump in this adventure?
Spacefoot and the Vamptorians by Richard Tingley
Coming soon to a theater near you! Maybe not…
The Baby Jesus and Drunken Pirates: Author Spotlight on Carlton Mellick III by Jeff Burk
A career overview and analysis of bizarro high priest Carlton Mellick III
How to Give a Rousing Reading by Tom Bradley
You have no excuse to ever be boring.
The Weird, Weird West by Jordan Krall
A guide to Spaghetti Westerns for the Bizarro-minded viewer.
Only the Strange Survive: Ten Years of Eraserhead Press by Jeff Burk
A look back on the sordid, thorny, and inspiring story of Eraserhead Press
A Rant from the Editor
Happy ten year anniversary to Eraserhead Press
Bizarro Book Reviews by Jeff Burk, Cameron Pierce, and Bob Chaplin
Reviews of Cosmetica by Troy Chambers, Market Adjustment by Andersen Prunty, Asphalt Flowerhead by Forrest Armstrong, Squid Pulp Blues by Jordan Krall, Help! A Bear is Eating Me! by Mykle Hansen, Ugly Heaven, Beautiful Hell by Carlton Mellick III and Jeffery Thomas, Not Quite One of the Boys by Vincent W. Sakowski, The Haunted Vagina by Carlton Mellick III, Sick: An Anthology of Illness edited by John Edward Lawson
The Bizarro Books That Never Were: The Cranky Dildo by Carlton Mellick III
The lost book of Carlton Mellick III.
Cover Art by Carlton Mellick III
Interior Art by Chrissy Horchheimer
Editor-In-Chief : Jeff Burk
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