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About Kevin Strange
Kevin Strange is a two time nominee of the Wonderland Book Award for excellence in bizarro fiction, recipient of the 2014 editor’s choice award in the Lewis and Clark college literary magazine The Peppermint Rooster Review and his short story THE TWINS was listed on TangentOnline.com’s 2015 year end recommended reading list.
He is the author of 18 books and the writer/director of 7 films. He loves schlocky B-movies, cult fiction and Iron Maiden records.
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The only problem is, Sue Ellen is possibly the dumbest girl in the whole world.
BEETLE BRAIN is a return to the extreme horror genre for two-time Wonderland Award nominee Kevin Strange and FOR SURE one of the sickest, sexiest and brain-bent novels he’s ever written. If you like the messed up shit, DO NOT sleep on BEETLE BRAIN.
All The Toxic Waste From My Heart features ten brain-bending tales ranging from the whimsical fantasy of a boy who falls in love with a whale fart to an apocalyptic wasteland full of cannibalistic sludge monsters.
Fans of Strange know that he only gets better and weirder with time. And ALL THE TOXIC WASTE FROM MY HEART proves to be no different.
BONUS: This collection includes four erotic spider microfiction stories. What's an erotic spider microfiction? Read on to find out!
In Nuke Town, Guts wakes up in a strange motel with no memory of how he got there. A brother and sister duo are the only two humans in sight, but are they friend or foe? As the paranoia sets in, and Guts begins to understand the true implications of a nest of sophisticated, mutated vampires, he must use all the cunning and skills that his years in the wasteland have taught him if he hopes to survive the horror that awaits him in ... VAMPIRE GUTS IN NUKETOWN!
These seven stories follow his acclaimed 2013 collection, The Last Gig on Planet Earth and other Strange Stories, and promise to be more violent, more horrific, and more bizarre than anything he's published yet. Let's get weird, gang. Let's get strange.
Time traveling terrorists, giant robot zombies made of zombies, and Barack Obama like you've never seen him before are but a few of the twists and turns that make Robamapocalypse one of the weirdest, most action packed bizarro stories you'll ever lay your unsuspecting eyeballs on. This election year, Barack Obama is a giant fucking robot.
He could actually Kill Cthulhu.
In fact, the only inhabitants of this new monster world that even still speak of human kind are the children who share hushed secret fairy tales about evil humans coming up from underneath their beds, pulling the little monsters to their deaths. But of course these are just stories. Of course all the awful humans are dead. Or are they?
Bizarro mainstay Kevin Strange brings this kids story for adults straight from the pages of the STRANGE FUCKING STORIES anthology as a stand-alone novelette that can best be described as Monsters, Inc. meets Full Metal Jacket if directed by David Cronenberg.
Matthew is a high school history teacher. He does his best to educate the young mantises and tame the savage side of their nature, until the day he comes home to find his wife ready to mate. Anyone who knows anything about Mantises knows that mating is a death sentence for males of the species. But when Matthew's wife partially decapitates him during sex, he crawls out to the woodshed to die, only to find an old haunted chainsaw, possessed by the spirit of his home's dead human owner, who just happens to be an occult sorcerer and serial killer known as The Growler's Phantom. Now resurrected, Matthew vows revenge on his murderous wife, and her new husband Nicko as well as anyone else who gets in his path.
Part Texas Chainsaw Massacre, part Evil Dead, pray this mantis doesn't find you next!
What if things went terribly wrong?
Wishing Weird is the second installment in the Wishes series were your wildest dreams can come true, and the only limit is your imagination. But can they be controlled?
Featuring Kevin Strange, S.T. Carledge, Jeremy Maddux, Donald Armfield, David Anderson, Daniel M. Kimmel, Patricia Anabel, J. Elizabeth Hill, Jordan Krall, Pedro Proença, James Walley, and Jon. R. Meyers.