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Bizzong! The Weird and Wacky Fiction Podcast

Bizzong! The Weird and Wacky 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.

Oct 26, 2020

This week on Bizzong! Lucas Mangum returns to chat with Mr. Frank about his new book, EXTINCTION PEAK, from Madness Heart Press. They also discuss his part in Grindhouse Press's HORRORAMA and an upcoming project with Ryan Harding.

You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll run in terror from rampaging dinosaurs all this week on...


Oct 19, 2020

Exclusively this week on Bizzong! Brain Asman and Danger Slater join Mr. Frank to reveal the table of contents for the forthcoming anthology, BOINKING BIZARRO, from Death's Head Press.

BOINKING BIZARRO is a literary pornographic parody. And if that them isn't bizarre enough wait until you hear the cast of characters...


Oct 12, 2020

This week on Bizzong! Kevin Strange joins Mr. Frank once again to talk about his all new creative endeavor, STRANGEVILLE SMOKE WEED: Card Game.

Mr. Frank digs in with Strange to learn about what it takes to create game theory, art, development and production for a card game. It's an interesting conversation...


Oct 5, 2020

This week on Bizzong! Mr. Frank heads back downunder to talk to author Jesse Guillon. Jesse discussed the rerelease of his book, THE DUDE MYTHOLOGY. He also talks about his Bizarro classic, FOOD VS. EVIL: An Angry Burger Quest.

Jesse Guillon has been around the bizarro world for a long time and it's about time we all...


Sep 28, 2020

This week on Bizzong! Charles Austin Muir returns to the show to talk about his new collection, SLIPPERY WHEN METASTASIZED. He explains the difficult road traveled that led to the stories and essays contained within the pages. Mr. Frank also does his best to get Charles to admit that he may, in fact, be the real...