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Bust Down the Door and Eat All the Chickens, No.10 Paperback – October 23, 2011
Four girls on a trip to Paris suddenly find themselves in a high-stakes game of Truth or Dare that spirals out of control. Learn More
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Matthew Revert reviews Steve Lowe's Muscle Memory, which I've read, and I agree point for point with Revert's analysis on this incredible debut novella. His insight into this great work of a New Bizarro Author Series author, and the NBAS overall, is a short-but-terrific read.
Short stories by Pierce, Alene, and Wilson are also great reads. Pierce unleashes his recent novella "Die You Doughnut Bastards." But my favorite story in the journal is one by none of these authors. #30 by Laird Hunt gets into ghost stories with tight, terse, and snappy writing.
Editor Bradley Sands has an eye for a good story and this issue of Bust Down The Door And Eat All The Chickens illustrates his keen taste in authors and stories.
Occasionally I find writers and stories with a surreal element and I love it. Now that I've found this magazine, now that I've discovered this genre of so-called "Bizarro" or absurdist fiction, I know I have a place to go to get the kind of weird stuff I like.