I enjoyed Bizarro Week last November and decided I’m going to have various other themed weeks this year. First themed week is going to be another Bizarro Week starting on February 14-18. This particular Bizarro Week will focus exclusively on books released from Eraserhead Press for the New Bizarro Author Series. This go around, I am giving away one book from each author I review. In order to enter the drawing to win, all you have to do is on the day I review a book you find interesting, leave me a comment. It’s that easy. And you can leave a comment on all five reviews if you so desire. I do a random draw on my end so if the fates say you win more than once, who am I to argue?
So be sure to be here on Monday, February 14 so you can find out about some new voices in weird fiction and maybe even win a free book!
ETA: Updating this entry to let people know the authors I plan to discuss.
2/14: Uncle Sam’s Carnival of Copulating Inanimals by Kirk Jones
2/15: Muscle Memory by Steve Lowe
2/16: Love in the Time of Dinosaurs by Kirsten Alene
2/17: Felix and the Sacred Thor by James Steele
2/18: The Egg Said Nothing by Caris O’Malley
7 thoughts on “Another Bizarro Week coming up!”
This is wonderful news! Thanks!
Yay, someone let you know. I found your blog but I couldn’t find a good e-mail address and didn’t want to just leave a random comment on your retro bizarro blog because it sorta reeked of excessive self-promotion. And now I’ve got your e-mail address, muahahaha! See you Monday!
my choice of book would be Uncle Sam’s Carnival of Copulating Inanimals by Kirk Jones
i’m very interested in reading this book~ thanks
Hey, thanks for telling me this and I am pleased to tell you he is actually on my discussion list. I was gonna be all mysterious but I’ll list the authors I plan to discuss in this entry. 🙂
I’m so excited for your review on both “Felix and the Sacred Thor” by James Steele and “The Egg Said Nothing” by Caris O’Malley. I’ve interacted with both authors, and find both of them to be such inspiring, sweet, quirky and funny characters. I am really eager to read both books, and to find out your opinion on them, as well.
Thanks for hosting the giveaway! 🙂
Please be sure to come back and comment on the days I discuss the books so maybe you can win a copy, Hira! Bizarro is becoming the only way I find really original stories and I find myself increasingly wanting to champion this genre so it’s nice to hear that James and Caris are both good guys. I mean, I don’t need writers to be nice in order to like their work but it never hurts. 😉
Thanks for commenting!