By Amy M. Vaughn Contributing Editor Inside Matthew Revert is a perpetual motion creativity generator. He is the go-to cover designer for several indie presses and has created over 600 book covers in that capacity. He’s also an author in his own right with a three-title reprint coming soon from 11:11 Press. But today we’re […]
By Jay Slayton-Joslin Staff Reviewer If you’re a disgraced ninja who just wants to open a fondue shop and then shit hits the fan, this might be your memoir. If that’s not you, you loser, then you may want to find out what that’s like in Brian Asman’s latest novel, Nunchuck City. Nunchuck “Nick” Nikolopoulis’s […]
Welcome to our new feature: Book Spotlight! Today we look at Michael Allen Rose’s new release Jurassichrist from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing. Synopsis It’s time for Jesus to attempt his second coming, but linear time progression doesn’t apply to extra-spatial deities, so he ends up coming “again” long before the first time – the Jurassic […]
By Ben Walker Staff Reviewer Sometimes a book’s title is all it needs to sell it, and how could any self-respecting fan of the weirder side of writing resist opening their virtual wallet to something called Turdmummy? I couldn’t, though I was a bit surprised at what I found inside. This isn’t a book that […]
By Brian Asman Guest Contributor Baskets. Bunnies. Erotic defenestration. These are all hallowed, long-standing Easter traditions, but it’s time to add a new one to the mix, courtesy of Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing Deputy Egg-Monger head honcho Max Booth III: The Great Bizarro Easter Egg Hunt! On April 4th, Booth—dressed as some sort of Hawaiian […]
By Michael Allen Rose Columnist Arcade Anomalies is now a YouTube show! Join columnist Michael Allen Rose and co-host Danger Slater as they take a look at the weirdest and wildest arcade machines of the ’80s, ’90s, and ’00s. The same irreverent humor you enjoy in Arcade Anomalies, only in video form on a weekly […]
By Kat Shook Contributor What kind of person exposes themselves to visually dismantling cinema? I am referring to the kinds of films that meld hypnotic poses with horrific imagery, films that traipse triumphantly on the border of insanity and offer the sort of cerebral experience that threatens to explode one’s core beliefs. Too, I am […]
Courtesy of 366 Weird Movies A roundup and rundown of what’s happening now in bizarre cinema. For reviews, events, and festival coverage of the cinematically surreal, bizarre, cult, oddball, fantastique, strange, psychedelic, and the just plain WEIRD, check out 366WeirdMovies.com. IN THEATERS (LIMITED RELEASE): Sister Tempest (2020): Joe Badon strikes again with another crowdfunded surrealist epic; this one is a […]
By Ben Arzate Staff Reviewer Life is, more often than not, a mild disappointment. It’s rarely the catastrophic disappointment we convince ourselves we’re going to accept with cynical stoicism. When the storm really hits, we cower and hide. Matthew Revert is probably best known as a graphic designer and artist. His work graces the cover […]
By Amy M. Vaughn Contributing Editor Thinking about self-publishing? There are a lot of reasons why a writer might decide to do it themselves, especially for those writing bizarro, surreal, and experimental fiction. For one thing, there just aren’t enough presses to go around. But not everybody who goes the DIY route can make it […]
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