Author Archives: grantwamack

Demons in the TV (Book Review)

I met Christoph Paul last year at Bizarrocon in Portland and heard him read some funny bits from The Passion of Christoph so of course I had check out one of his books. Paul plays in the rock band Moses … Continue reading

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GS-Cyclops (Official Music Video)

Recently, LCCI Expo debuted the visuals for my song “Cyclops” (prod. by Savier) off my mixtape Cabin Fever. The video was shot in Chicago by the lovely Brittany Bautista and it also features part of my song “Lockout” as well. … Continue reading

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Haunt (Book Review)

Earlier this month I started a wonderful novel by Laura Lee Bahr titled Haunt published by Fungasm Press. Think The Others meet The Sixth Sense, but these comparisions are too simple. They don’t do this book justice. This isn’t your … Continue reading

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Egyptian Love Poems and Puzzle Porn

First order of business: I dropped a new song called “Eygptian Love Poems” (prod. by 40 Winks) in honor of Valentine’s day. It’s different than my usual fare so check that ish out.   And I got a short story … Continue reading

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Dark Manifestations and Cosmic Indifference: An Interview with Nicole Cushing

I recently reviewed Nicole Cushing’s novella Children of No One and enjoyed it so much I felt the need to dig into Cushing’s psyche by means of interview. She’s a new exciting voice in horror fiction. Get comfy, pull out … Continue reading

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Children of No One (Book Review)

Children of No One is a cosmic horror novella written by Nicole Cushing and published by Dark Fuse. I have to confess it’s been a long time since I’ve read some good ole’ fashioned cosmic horror and Cushing delivers in … Continue reading

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The Church of TV as God (Book Review)

The Church of TV as God is the debut novel from bizarro newbie Daniel Vlasaty coming straight out of Chicago. Our main character, Jeremy, his head is slowly turning into a TV (blame it on his genes) and just so … Continue reading

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Retrograde Radio

Things have been up and down lately. Part of me wants to blame my lack of productivity on the Venus Retrograde or the rarity of two moons this month, but I can’t lean on astrological events forever.  Everyone and their … Continue reading

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Babes in Gangland (Book Review)

I read A LOT of bizarro, but I hardly come across any noir or crime fiction mixed into the equation. Enter Bix Skahill and his first novella Babes in Gangland. Kid Phoenix, a badass gangster, gets gunned down behind a … Continue reading

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The Mondo Vixen Massacre (Book Review)

The Mondo Vixen Massacre is the debut novella from Jamie Grefe and part of the New Bizarro Author Series. The slim novella kicks off with a bang. A man named Tom Clay, your average American guy, watches helplessly as a … Continue reading

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