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Bizzong! The Bizarre and Weird Fiction Podcast

Bizzong! The Bizarre and Weird Fiction Podcast talks to everyone who is anyone that writes strange and offbeat stories. Bizzong! aims to be a resource to those interested in reading and writing in the genres. Our interviews are conversational, informative and entertaining. So if you feel like the weird kid on your block, press play and discover a wacky world of writers who are just like you.

May 21, 2018


This week, Bizzong! finally puts its interviewing hat back on and talks to the head editor at Eraserhead Press, Rose O'Keefe. We discuss Eraserhead's current open submission call, book marketing, living life as a weirdo and the awesome new concept of Carlton Mellick III's upcoming new release.

Of course, there are...

May 15, 2018


Welcome back to the weirdest show on the webternets, Bizzong! This week, host Mr. Frank dishes more weird news. Also Mr. Frank is currently on tour with the Beers N' Fears Brewery Tour. Listen in to find out if Mr. Frank is coming to a brewery near you.

Apr 30, 2018

This week on Bizzong! Mr. Frank finds just enough of his voice to get through an episode of the finest podcast about the Bizarre and Weird. Mr. Frank kicks off with another round of weird news from around the world.

Then, inspired by a Twitter exchange with a children's television show from the 80's, Mr. Frank...

Apr 16, 2018

This week on Bizzong! Host, Mr. Frank, brings you up-to-the-minute news coverage. Mr. Frank digs deep into the news wires to cull the best of all the weird news in the world. 

This episode is like the Weekly World News, only better and with at least 100% less bat boy stories. Grab your copy of the Bizzong Tabloid and...

Apr 9, 2018

Nihilism ain't just a river in Egypt Zongers (or is that the Nile or maybe denile? This joke is getting confusing.) This week on Bizzong! author and publisher S.C. Burke joins the show to discuss what the publisher, Nihilism Revised is all about.

We even manage to discuss S.C. Burke's own transgressive fiction as well...