A new Bizarro Week is coming!

This post originally appeared on I Read Odd Books

Finally, the latest Bizarro Week is on my calendar. Beginning Monday, June 27, I’ll discuss five new books (well, new to me when I read them) and, as always with my themed weeks, I will be giving away a copy of each book I discuss.

Here’s the line-up:
6/27: Bucket of Face by Eric Hendrixson
6/28: Laredo by Tony Rauch
6/29: They Had Goat Heads by D. Harlan Wilson
6/30: Misadventures in a Thumbnail Universe by Vincent W. Sakowski
7/1: Sorry I Ruined Your Orgy by Bradley Sands

One lucky person will win all five books. Here’s how it works:
–One comment on one of the five book discussions is an entry to win the books.
–If you leave one comment on all five book discussions, that results in five chances to win.
–It doesn’t matter when you leave comments on the book discussions as long as you have all your comments in by 7:00 p.m. CST on July 1.
–I’ll announce the winner shortly after the contest ends on July 1.

Of course, you shouldn’t limit yourself just to the one comment because these books are all going to generate some interesting conversation, but no one will hold it against you if you do.

So come join me for the next Bizarro Week!

Also, I have some other themed weeks in the works: ‘Zine Week, Death Photography Week, and a Women of Bizarro Week. Maybe more as they occur to me. Be sure to let me know if you have an idea for a themed Odd Book week.

4 thoughts on “A new Bizarro Week is coming!

  1. Oh yeah! This Bizarro week starts on my birthday. I’m feeling lucky, and if a vague feeling of being special is good enough for all those members of the correct religion (You know, one of the other ones) then it’s good enough for me.

    I already have Laredo- which is great btw, so buy it anyway- so I’d be happy with just the other four if I do win.

    1. Happy Bizarro Birthday! If you win, I have extra copies of some other bizarro books so you won’t have a Rauch duplication. This should be fun. A couple of these books were amazing trips.

  2. I LOVED “Bucket of Face” when I read it. Possibly my favorite of the most recent set of NBAS books.

    1. I cannot reveal my hand yet but I suspect you should definitely be sure to read my take on it.

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