Today at CCLaP, Jason Pettus reviews Sex by ST Gulik, part two of a coming bizarro-lit trilogy and that feels like he simply stopped part one on a random day and just kept on writing the next morning. Posted on by Jason Pettus
Today at CCLaP, Jason Pettus reviews S.T. Gulik's Birth (or, The Exquisite Sound of One Hand Falling Off a Turnip Truck), a self-published bizarro novel that contains exactly all the good and bad things you would expect when hearing the phrase 'self-published bizarro novel.' Posted on by Jason Pettus
Today at CCLaP, Jason Pettus reviews Robert Kroese's "The Big Sheep," a humorous bizarro sci-fi "metaphysical detective" tale that will remind many of the Dirk Gently novels, but in the best way possible.
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