Starting something a little new.

I rarely post reviews up. And realize I should do more. So each month I’m going to choose a theme that I will be reading. I will call out for recommendations of course. Who better to ask then my fellow book readers. This month’s theme is going to be Bizzaro. What is that?

1. Bizarro, simply put, is the genre of the weird.

2. Bizarro is literature’s equivalent to the cult section at the video store.

3. Like cult movies, Bizarro is sometimes surreal, sometimes avant-garde, sometimes goofy, sometimes bloody, sometimes borderline pornographic, and almost always completely out there.

4. Bizarro strives not only to be strange, but fascinating, thought-provoking, and, above all, fun to read.

5. Bizarro often contains a certain cartoon logic that, when applied to the real world, creates an unstable universe where the bizarre becomes the norm and absurdities are made flesh.

6. Bizarro was created by a group of small press publishers in response to the increasing demand for (good) weird fiction and the increasing number of authors who specialize in it.

7. Bizarro is like:

Franz Kafka meets John Waters

Dr. Suess of the post-apocalypse

Takashi Miike meets William S. Burroughs

Alice in Wonderland for adults

Japanese animation directed by David Lynch

This was taken from author Carlton Mellick III

I am going to share some old reviews as well what I’m reading this month. Stay tuned.