The Magazine of Bizarro Fiction

The Magazine of Bizarro Fiction The premier magazine of the bizarro genre Issue three features the novella Re Mancipator by Garrett Cook short fiction by Cody Goodfellow Monica J O Rourke Bruce Taylor and James Steele comics by

  • Title: The Magazine of Bizarro Fiction
  • Author: Jeff Burk JamesSteele Garrett Cook Cody Goodfellow Monica J. O'Rourke Bruce Taylor Andrew Goldfarb Richard Tingley
  • ISBN: 9781933929972
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Paperback
  • The premier magazine of the bizarro genre Issue three features the novella Re Mancipator by Garrett Cook, short fiction by Cody Goodfellow, Monica J O Rourke, Bruce Taylor, and James Steele, comics by Andrew Goldfarb and Richard Tingley, poetry by Kevin L Donihe, articles by Patrick Wensink, a spotlight on author Carlton Mellick III, artist profile on Jase Daniels, reThe premier magazine of the bizarro genre Issue three features the novella Re Mancipator by Garrett Cook, short fiction by Cody Goodfellow, Monica J O Rourke, Bruce Taylor, and James Steele, comics by Andrew Goldfarb and Richard Tingley, poetry by Kevin L Donihe, articles by Patrick Wensink, a spotlight on author Carlton Mellick III, artist profile on Jase Daniels, reviews, and

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    1. This is now the third issue of the splendid `Magazine of Bizarro Fiction' and I haven't missed one yet! It is still fresh and yes, I am still paying full-price each time, refusing to pay for the wonderful one-year subscription discount-fee since I would feel like I am doing a disservice to the Bizarro community. $7.00 for a quality 3-hour read (or 3-day read, depending on how fast you read) is cheaper than going to the movies and just as long as the Titanic, (or any Peter Jackson film, really an [...]

    2. This issue was a little different for me. Usually I prefer the longer stories over the shorter ones and don't care all that much for the comics, but this issue was the opposite. I even liked the poetry and that rarely happens. As usual the book reviews are helpful and I found "How Mary Lou Retton's Bladder Ruined the State Fair" by Patrick Wesnick to be my favorite of the nonfiction.

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