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February 15th! We are halfway through the month, folks. Today will be our third look at Bizarro Pulp Press’s 2021 lineup. Every week in February, we have showcased a different title we’ve acquired for the Journalstone imprint. Last week, we showcased what has to be one of 2021’s biggest Bizarro releases, THE RUN FANTASTIC. Before that, we gave everyone a look at the highly-anticipated collection of horror poetry, LOST LETTERS TO A LOVER’S CARCASS. This week, we share with you Kyle Wright’s IN CONTROL, a tightly-wound novella exploring body and psychological horror. Let’s start with the below cover art:
February 8th! Today’s our second look at Bizarro Pulp Press’s 2021 lineup. Each week through February, we will be showcasing one of the upcoming titles we acquired for the weirdest and wildest of Journalstone’s imprints. This week, we share with you Luke Kondor’s THE RUN FANTASTIC, a title which has all ready garnered quite a bit of advance praise. Let’s start with the below cover art:
February 1st! And, as promised, today is the first look at Bizarro Pulp Press’s 2021 lineup. Each week through February, we will showcase one of the upcoming titles we acquired for Journalstone’s most eclectic imprint. This week, allow us to share with you Ronald J. Murray’s upcoming poetry collection, LOST LETTERS TO A LOVER’S CARCASS.
What a week and change! Great stuff happening in the indie horror community, these days, and no further proof needed than to see HOW MANY indie titles hit the Bram Stoker Award preliminary ballot. Holy smokes, folks! And congratulations to everybody, not just the writers, but the publishers and readers and the folks tirelessly pushing this stuff in their circles. We see you and appreciate you! And what really blew us away was seeing ALL THREE of our 2020 Strangehouse titles on the ballot: NOT ALL MONSTERS FAIREST FLESH CRADLELAND OF PARASITES
Update for 2021 Strangehouse and Rooster Titles. Also, Thank God 2020 is Over. What Even Was That Shit?!
Happiest New Year to you, dear reader. Glad to have you with us! Last year was a bit nuts, and though we are sure that 2021 will have its own nasty surprises, here’s hoping the year gives everyone a shot in the arm of positivity (and a real shot in the arm of vaccine). Regardless, we have no intention of slowing our particular roll, and that means stepping up our production-side of things. Namely, our special editions, which we formally introduced in 2020. Our 2020 hardcovers were pretty popular, and we will continue offering hardcovers in 2021. However, we fielded