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Kiddiepunk Cartoons

  • New 8 episode series

In 2013, artist and filmmaker Michael Salerno travelled to Oklahoma shortly after a massive, mile-wide tornado hit the town of Moore, almost wiping it off the map, killing 24 people and seriously injuring hundreds of others in the process. The images of destroyed houses and disfigured neighborhoods captured during that trip, alongside dozens of interviews with the survivors themselves, form the basis of this 8-part series, resulting in a vivid and kaleidoscopic collage of image and emotion.

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THE HURTIN' CLUB

  • Martin Bladh

Swedish artist Martin Bladh makes his Kiddiepunk debut with this searing experimental novella in the form of an evil children’s book* which explores the darkest corners of a child’s fantasy world.

Doubling as an exploration of satanic ritual abuse and the different forms of therapy used on children to “prove” this abuse, “The Hurtin’ Club” is the culmination of Bladh’s personal investigations into the satanic panic phenomenon that spread through the Western world during the ‘80s and early ‘90s.

*Yeah, ahh… not actually for children.

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SKELETON COSTUMES - EXPANDED 2nd EDITION

  • Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore's stunning 2014 book "Skeleton Costumes" saw the writer's work stripped down to its most raw and effecting form yet. Now, after a sold out first run, "Skeleton Costumes" returns in a new, expanded edition which includes an additional 30 poems in the form of a haunting new section titled "No One Will Ever Find You". These short stabs and sharp explosions of verse accumulate to create an unconventional and, at times, harrowing narrative that investigates fear, lust and an abandonment of moral codes.

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ZAC'S CONTROL PANEL

  • Dennis Cooper

"Zac's Control Panel" is a collection of famed experimental author Dennis Cooper's short, transmutational works employing and 'misplacing' animated gifs. As in his highly acclaimed and popular novel "Zac's Haunted House", Cooper uses the gif as a language-like material to reposition, in the case of these new works, forms considered literary (the short story, flash fiction, the poem) and nondenominational (the documentary, the reenactment) into complex, poetic, claptrap visual literary mediums.

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THE GONERS

  • Mark Gluth

"The Goners" is a suite of interconnected stories about death and loss. Written in his characteristically succinct yet vivid style, Mark Gluth presents a series of meticulously crafted disappearing acts, where characters morph, stumble and bear the unbearable. The narratives mirror each other, as motifs ebb, flow and cycle. Moody, evocative and compressed with emotion, "The Goners" shuffles across a limited landscape, a narrow and dark stripe stretched across a darker and wider world.

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ZAC'S HAUNTED HOUSE

  • Dennis Cooper

Dennis Cooper’s tenth novel bears all of the earmarks of his legendary and controversial work but it is both something unique in his body of writing and possibly something of a world’s first in the novel genre itself. In "Zac's Haunted House", Cooper has turned his characteristic inventiveness on the animated gif, employing gifs’ tightly wound, looping visual possibilities, nervous rhythms, tiny storylines, and their status as dismembered, twitching eye candy to compose a short novel of unexpected complexity, strangeness, poetry and comedy.

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