Surreal Worlds - An anthology of surrealistic compositions created by some of the finest names in genre fiction. A showcase of international talent undaunted by the conventions of language and common narrative structures


Surreal Worlds, Ed. by Sean Leonard and Bizarro Pulp Press, Bizarro Pulp Press, 2015.

From beyond the boundaries of the imagination and the universe…

An anthology of surrealistic compositions created by some of the finest names in genre fiction. A showcase of international talent undaunted by the conventions of language and common narrative structures. Here is timelessness. Here is Surreal Worlds.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Steve Rasnic Tem Paula Breaks
John Palisano The BiPolar Express
Gabino Iglesias aaaaaaaaa
Robin Wyatt Dunn A Shadow of a Princess’s Dream
Bruce Boston Surreal Chess
Rhys Hughes Bones of Jones
R.A. Harris The Noise that Stains
Seb Doubinsky Goodbye Babylon (excerpt)
Thomas Logan The Continued Instances of George Marthis within the Singularity, wherein the Instance Knows No Rules (George is Old When Our Story Starts)
Daniel Vlasaty Everything is Colors, All of Them
Michael Griffin Jewels and False Memories: The Origins of a Lunatic
Max Booth III One Day I’ll Quit this Job and Rule the World
Dustin Reade House Party
Adrian Ludens I Can Do What I Need to in the Dark
Andrew Wayne Adams Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation
Wol-vriey The End of the World Pie
Allen Griffin I, Autocorrect
Tom Bradley Mr. Fuck You, Okay?
Chantal Noordeloos Labels
Don Webb The Last God
Bob Ritchie The Mahler Stream
Eli Wilde Snowflakes Falling, Pages Turning
Antonio Magogoli The Inmost Plague Bell Swims
Chris Kelso The Statement of Tom Tryout
Carter Rydyr Pain Pig’s Pilgrimage

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