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Bizarro

Teddy bears can be crime fighters, Choose Your Own Adventure can be for adults, cannibals practice their art in the comfort of gourmet restaurants and babies refuse to be aborted.


Introducing the Bizarro genre.

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Latest Activity: Aug 7, 2014

Bizarro can be split into three basic categories: light, moderate and heavy.

 

Those new to the genre of the weird should begin with light and moderate books.  Consider also visiting the official home of the genre, Bizarro Central.

 

Have fun exploring something different.

 

Sincerely, James Steele

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What's the weirdest book you've ever read? 3 Replies

I figured we could start a discussion about the weirdest books we've ever read. Has anyone read a strange book that wasn't associated with the bizarro movement but might fit comfortably within the…Continue

Tags: classics, fiction, cult, books, weird

Started by Kirk Jones. Last reply by Bradley Sands Apr 20, 2011.

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Comment by Bob Milne on December 28, 2012 at 10:28pm

Tall Tales with Short Cocks Vol. 2 from Bizarro Press (REVIEW)

http://beauty-in-ruins.blogspot.ca/2012/12/tall-tales-with-short-co...

Like most short story collections in the Bizarro genre, Tall Tales with Short Cocks Vol. 2 is uneven, but always original. There are tales that are bizarrely told, which are generally my least favourite, and those that are more traditionally told, but about bizarre things, which is where I find the appeal.


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Comment by aparajita basu on December 17, 2011 at 12:53pm

TOURZ DE CODEX: 4 more host needed for a middle grade fiction - DO HELP PLEASE



LINK:-http://tourzdecodex.blogspot.com/2011/12/six-weeks-to-yehidah-by-me...

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We are looking for 7 tourz host who can host Melissa Studdard's "Six Weeks to Yehidah" and "My Yehidah". Each participant will get a pdf copy of Six weeks to Yehidah and My Yehidah(if you wish). Melissa will be available for interviews during this period. 



Tour Schedule:- 

22nd Dec, 2011 – Sue @Books books the magical fruit

23rd Dec, 2011 – Courtney @Courtney's Book Nook

24th Dec, 2011 – Literary Corner @Allahabad Post

26th Dec, 2011 – Bookotopia

27th Dec, 2011 -

28th Dec, 2011 – Eileen @Singing and Reading in the Rain

29th Dec, 2011 – Katie @Curse of the Biblophile

30th Dec, 2011 – D.S. White @Bookzone

31st Dec, 2011 -

2nd Jan, 2012 -

3rd Jan, 2012 -

4th Jan, 2012 – Jenna @Coffee, Books and Me

5th Jan, 2012 – Pamela @PamelaReadz

6th Jan, 2012 – Jean @Finding Your Gibbee

7th Jan, 2012 – Latoya @Little Library Mouse

8th Jan, 2012 – Nancy @Simple Clockwork

10th Jan, 2012 – Melissa Lemon

11th Jan, 2012 – Aparajita @Le’ Grande Codex

12th Jan, 2012 – Frishawn @WTF are you reading?

13th Jan, 2012 – Aparajita @The ‘A’ - Jurnale

The vacant points are still available

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Comment by aparajita basu on December 16, 2011 at 10:54am

TOURZ DE CODEX: 6 more host needed for a MIDDLE GRADE LIT - DO HELP PLEASE



LINK:-http://tourzdecodex.blogspot.com/2011/12/six-weeks-to-yehidah-by-me...

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We are looking for 7 tourz host who can host Melissa Studdard's "Six Weeks to Yehidah" and "My Yehidah". Each participant will get a pdf copy of Six weeks to Yehidah and My Yehidah(if you wish). Melissa will be available for interviews during this period. 



Tour Schedule:- 

22nd Dec, 2011 – Sue @Books books the magical fruit 
23rd Dec, 2011 – Courtney @Courtney's Book Nook 
24th Dec, 2011 – Literary Corner @Allahabad Post 
26th Dec, 2011 – Bookotopia 
27th Dec, 2011 - 
28th Dec, 2011 - 
29th Dec, 2011 – Katie @Curse of the Biblophile 
30th Dec, 2011 – D.S. White @Bookzone 
31st Dec, 2011 - 
2nd Jan, 2012 - 
3rd Jan, 2012 - 
4th Jan, 2012 - Jenna @Coffee, Books and Me
5th Jan, 2012 - 
6th Jan, 2012 – Jean @Finding Your Gibbee 
7th Jan, 2012 – Latoya @Little Library Mouse 
8th Jan, 2012 – Nancy @Simple Clockwork 
10th Jan, 2012 – Melissa Lemon 
11th Jan, 2012 – Aparajita @Le’ Grande Codex 
12th Jan, 2012 – Frishawn @WTF are you reading? 
13th Jan, 2012 – Aparajita @The ‘A’ - Jurnale 
The vacant points are still available
 
 
 

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