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By Cameron Pierce | Comments: ( 342 ) | Date: ( Dec 06, 2019 )

PRAISE FOR CAMERON PIERCE Pierce is one of the weirdest, most imaginative writers around Toxie approved LLOYD KAUFMAN, director of The Toxic Avenger Before he goes gently into that weird night by spontaneously combusting, Pierce seems hellbent on writing his fill of Bizarro lit His tales include many standard tropes, like pickles and pancakes falling in love, or assPRAISE FOR CAMERON PIERCE Pierce is one of the weirdest, most imaginative writers around Toxie approved LLOYD KAUFMAN, director of The Toxic Avenger Before he goes gently into that weird night by spontaneously combusting, Pierce seems hellbent on writing his fill of Bizarro lit His tales include many standard tropes, like pickles and pancakes falling in love, or ass shaped goblins who abduct children for slavor labor and eating, or flying Biblical sharks It s a scene CRACKED In an era when very little remains shocking, Pierce might have actually managed to create a genuinely disturbing work of fiction, the literary equivalent of Schindler s List rewritten by the Marquis De Sade and filmed as a Tim Burton animated feature THE GUARDIAN on Ass Goblins of Auschwitz A really good blend of funny, sad, and weird SAM PINK on The Destroyed Room The Destroyed Room is a dreamlike masterpiece akin to Lynch s Eraserhead and just as full of terror, wonder and suffering It might be the best thing Pierce has written GARRETT COOK on The Destroyed Room Like William S Burroughs on crack THOMAS F MONTELEONE, New York Times bestselling author Weird, wicked, wonderful New York Times bestselling author PIERS ANTHONY on The Pickled Apocalypse of Pancake Island Black humor has never been darker than this this is the absolute pitch black of humor Surrealism wields great power in these many stories BEACH SLOTH on Die You Doughnut Bastards These mostly first person and occasionally second person narratives dis locate their characters in worlds too strange to be fiction Check it out NICK MAMATAS on Lost in Cat Brain Land The love child of Thomas Ligotti and Alejandro Jodorowsky NICOLE CUSHING on Shark Hunting in Paradise Garden If you were to take everything horror writers typically shy away from and mush it into one streamlined novel, you might get something like splatterpunk adventure tale Gargoyle Girls of Spider Island RUE MORGUE on Gargoyle Girls of Spider Island


  • Title: Lantern Jaws
  • Author: Cameron Pierce
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Cameron Pierce

Cameron Pierce is the author of eleven books, including the Wonderland Book Award winning collection Lost in Cat Brain Land His work has appeared in The Barcelona Review, Gray s Sporting Journal, Hobart, The Big Click, and Vol I Brooklyn, and has been reviewed and featured on Comedy Central and The Guardian He was also the author of the column Fishing and Beer, where he interviewed acclaimed angler Bill Dance and John Lurie of Fishing with John Pierce is the head editor of Lazy Fascist Press and has edited three anthologies, including The Best Bizarro Fiction of the Decade He lives with his wife in Astoria, Oregon.



Comments Lantern Jaws

  • Peter Tieryas

    Cameron Pierce is a modern existentialist injected with elements of the Kafkaesque, bolstered by the strange tribulations of romance and desire. In his collection, Lantern Jaws, we’re treated to tiny elephants who wander a city, a woman who gives birth almost immediately after sex, and a couple whose lives are threaded and bound by physical blue strings. Reading the eponymous story Lantern Jaws felt like a quasar imploded in my head and birthed a new universe. Literally, as the heroine, Vaness [...]


  • Kyle Muntz

    I remembered loving Lantern Jaws when I read it a few years ago as part of another collection, but I just went back tonight and it's still the most incredible thing.


  • Trista Davis

    The first story was incredible! But the rest of this book didn't quite hold up to that.


  • David Caldwell

    Bizarre stuffLet me start by saying that these stories are not your typical short stories. People will either love them and say they are wildly imaginative and full of emotion or they will hate them and say they are weird and make no sense. Naturally, I don't fall into either group and go down the middle.These five stories range from the slightly weird, about the level of most fantasies, to way out bizarre, like they would confuse an octopus who suddenly finds himself piloting a jumbo jet. There [...]


  • David

    Some of the stories in this collection were already familiar to me, but they were beloved old friends and I was thrilled to see them again at the same time that I got to meet some new favorites. Strange, wondrous, and filled with a variety of emotions. You can't go wrong with this collection.


  • Tamara Romero

    First story, Lantern Jaws, was my favorite


  • Ame

    "The Destroyed Room" really screwed me up in the head. It has tiny elephants and the origin of everything. I dig Pierce's brain. He does weird things.


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