Author Spotlight: Jordan Krall

When I started reading bizarro, I bought and read three books to kick things off. The first one was "Lost in Cat Brain Land", by Cameron Pierce. The second was "Satan Burger", by Carlton Mellick III. The third was "Squid Pulp Blues", by Jordan Krall. Squid Pulp Blues is a mess of three weird, dark, … Continue reading Author Spotlight: Jordan Krall

Post-Boredom: The Cultural Significance of Bizarro Fiction

INTRODUCTION This is the last of my three essays I wrote in the second semester of last year that I'll be posting here. I chose to share these three essays and not the ones I wrote earlier on in my course because last semester was all about the things I'm really interested in, and by … Continue reading Post-Boredom: The Cultural Significance of Bizarro Fiction