OUT NOW: The Best Bizarro Fiction of the Decade

Last night I dreamed I was in a car crash.  Pretty scary, but besides a few night terrors and fits of irrational rage I have to say that 2012 has been pretty decent to me.  And to (seemingly) cap off this pretty decent year, one of my stories got accepted to an anthology that dares call itself the BEST of the ENTIRE DECADE.  Behold with your eyes the most beautiful ugliness you’ll ever behold with your eyes!

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That cover has been downright hypnotic to me, but the interior promises to be a beast as well.  Cameron Pierce put together a wide swath of strange fiction that spans generations and tastes, and it’s all WEIRD.  There’s the bizarro-before-we-called-it-bizarro of Joe R. Lansdale, to whom we all owe a little something (as a writer of cyber-rednecks, I know I do).  There’s madmen like D. Harlan Wilson and Stephen Graham Jones.  Bizarro black belts like Mellick, Hansen, and Donihe.  Jeremy Robert Johnson and Cody Goodfellow, whose fiction will put hair on your cerebrum, are in these pages.  Matthew Revert’s in it.  Andersen Prunty’s in it.  Robert Devereaux’s in it.  Garrett Cook and Athena Villaverde are in it.  A whole fucking bunch more are in it, amazing writers I haven’t had the pleasure to sample yet.  And I’m in it, too.

This book is a club-swinging ogre of weirdness.  It will weigh you down with its badassness, and if you can find the strength to chuck it through the air, it’ll kill any feathered fuck that flies in its way.  So let’s give those pigeons what they deserve.  Head to Amazon and get your copy now: http://www.amazon.com/Best-Bizarro-Fiction-Decade/dp/1621050564/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1350367216&sr=1-1&keywords=best+bizarro+fiction+of+the+decade

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