Authors

Anthony Trevino


Anthony Trevino is from San Diego, CA, where he holds down a day job as a government desk jockey, writes fiction, and freelances as a copywriter to support his book buying habits. He is the author of King Space Void.











Betty Rocksteady


Betty Rocksteady is an eclectic author and illustrator from Canada. Her early exposure to Stephen King, The Weekly World News, and EC horror comics shaped her into the woman she is today. With art and fiction, she explores personal fears and resonances. She is not as creeped out by spiders as she used to be. She is the author of Arachnophile. Her short fiction has been published by Halloween Forevermore, Grievous Angel, and Another Realm. Check out her macabre pen and ink art at her website or keep in touch on her Facebook page.





Chris Meekings


Chris Meekings is an amalgamation of 58 weasels in a trench-coat. He is currently hunted for sport in the county of Gloucester in the good old UK. In his spare time, between hunts, he writes things…terrible things...you probably shouldn't read them...you won't like them. He is the author of Elephant Vice. His work was featured on Bizarro Central’s Flash Fiction Friday. He’s been writing since before he could spel. He still cannut spel.







Christoph Paul


Christoph Paul is a musician, podcaster, and YA & Bizarro Fiction author including books Great White House and Slasher Camp for Nerd Dorks, published by Eraserhead Press. He is an editor for ThatLitSite.com, ThatLitPress, and New English Press. He plays in rock band Moses Moses and was a guitar player/singer in The Only Prescription, but still wishes he was a gangsta rapper. He has even told people he is Drake's full-Jewish brother, Rake.

For fun he likes to read YA and Bizarro, get angry in a bar while watching the Miami Dolphins lose, live Tweeting The Bachelor while watching it with his girlfriend, and gardening with his cats. For fun and money he writes Bizarro Erotica under the pen name Mandy De Sandra, who was covered in VICE, Huffington Post, Jezebel, and AV Club. Sometimes, he dresses up like a famous serial killer and interviews literary types on YouTube. He is represented by Veronica Park at the Corvisiero Literary Agency.



Karl Fischer


Karl Fischer is a writer and crazy person living in Portland, OR with his wife and their pug child. He is the author of Towers and his writings can be seen in weird places like Space Squid and Bizarro Central. He likes bad movies, fantastic movies, black coffee, and books that make him cry. To read his thoughts on culture and soulless corporate marketing, visit his website, the Everybody Company. You can also connect with him on Facebook, Goodreads, or Twitter.






Lee Widener


Lee Widener grew up in the 60's when everything was cool- monsters and ESP and ghosts and underground comix and experimental theater and UFOs and weird shit. He has held a lifelong fascination with odd and unusual music. He is the author of Rock 'N Roll Head Case. Some of his collection can be heard on his internet radio station, Welcome to Weirdsville Radio. His silly and strange artwork can be seen on his website, Welcome to Weirdsville.







Madeleine Swann


Madeleine Swann is the author of Rainbows Suck. Her collection of short stories, The Filing Cabinet of Doom, was released by Burning Bulb in 2014. Her work can be seen in Tall Tales With Short Cocks 5, American Nightmare, The Strange Edge, and more. She also has weird art podcast called Bizart and an upcoming horror/sci-fi comedy show called Little Grimton.








Michael Sean LeSueur


Michael Sean LeSueur is an actor, singer, and author who resides in Scottsdale, Arizona. They specialize in bizarro, horror, scifi, and crime. You may remember them from such strange films as Cavemen on a Train and Space Monkeys on Ice. Their hobbies include watching films, taking photos of abandoned locations, and shoplifting with hardened criminals at The Poisoned Pen Bookstore. They are the author of Pixiegate Madoka. Their work can be seen in Fifty Secret Tales Of The Whispering Gash: Queefrotica and the Imperial Youth Review's upcoming Rough Sex Issue.

Connect with them on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.



Pedro Proença


Pedro Proença writes, plays Magic: The Gathering and has a boring day job. You can find him on his Tumblr and on his Facebook, where he'll tell you all about how Living End is the best Modern deck ever. He is the author of Benjamin.

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