Being on Get Lit is like talking to the cool girl in the bar bathroom, only you’re talking about literature and other awesome shit instead of crying about something.
Wait till you hear the unintelligible shit show of my real life.
Now and then there comes a book so strange, that the comedown after reading feels like the day after an acid trip.
What did you do in Amsterdam?
Shy Watson: oh my god what didn’t i do
“Go to a crossroads & try to summon Lucifer & see what happens.”
“What if Superman’s ship didn’t crash in Kansas, but landed on the other side of the world in Soviet controlled Ukraine?”
“We talked about life and writing in the same way that poets talk about love: straight forward and with no bullshit.”
“There is something spicy & sensual about the warm taste of ginger on your tongue.”
“There are plenty of zines and lit sites that give authors a platform to talk about their favorite seltzer water and convince everyone they use a typewriter, which is great and all, but that’s not what this is.”
“Being a guest on Get Lit with Leza is like being at a great party and in therapy at the same time.”
“Leza and I took a strange and wonderful journey together.”
“So this summer I was helping out on this farm with all these anarchist witches & stuff.”
“I thought a blog would give me direction but it kinda didn’t do that at all. It kinda made me more aimless.”
“No more CHRISTMAS SHIT for the rest of the night.”
“It was like being at Bizarro Con again, just hanging out and nerding out about Bizarro Fiction and literature in general.”
“This was not an interview, it was a conversation.”
It was possibly the funkiest and most relaxed interview setting I’ve ever been in.
In the latest episode of The Passion of the Christoph, Christoph goes into how cancerous political entertainment has become .
I enjoyed rambling through a wide range of topics.
“This movie is OUT THERE. It is dark and funny and to top it all, it is a musical.”
New episode of The Passion of the Christoph, talking football, politics, racism, and Dante from Clerks.
“You look exactly like your Facebook photos, and it’s making my stomach all mushy.”
“Shared weirdness in a damp Necon hotel room.”
“Dude, let’s start a band!”
“Easily the most bizarre conversation I’ve ever been a part of.”
“Aliens don’t give a fuck about you.”
New episode of The Passion of the Christoph
“Christoph Paul’s cult podcast is back!”
“She is not scared of owning her badness or her goodness.”
“Sorry KatyCats, I think I might have just switched alliances.”
“It was a radtacular time.”
Heated debate about Charlottesville, Trump, and Global Terrorism, Antifa, and basic bitch patriotism
“In the 1980s and 90s photocopied, or Xeroxed, zines were very popular.”
“These stories get under your skin.”
“I think I was smoking a cigar.”
“Your father has a devil inside him.”
“Come to Vegas and we can go to karaoke.”
“10/10 would chat again”
“It felt much more like a conversation than a sort of performance of me-ness.”
“Actually, I’m a Pisces. A sad, aging emo boy in a sad, aging emo world.”
“My friends were all hood rats.”
Take a trip to the METAL side of LIT
I talked and debated with Twitter friend and popular YouTube Personality Wizard of Cause on John Podesta’s Pizza Party
“Being on this podcast made me feel like I fell into some weird Loony Tunes wormhole.”
“I picture myself as Lena Dunham with a beard.”
“I want to make shit happen.”
“I have a firm belief that sacred cows make the best hamburgers.”
“Every human being gets addicted to something.’
“My heart is a dumpster fire.”
“I am compelled to tell stories.”
“Bizarro is the Chaos Magick of literature.”
“I dreamt about Lola at night.”
After a year hiatus from The Passion of the Christoph Podcast, Christoph returns for a solo show
“I had the image of me eating my heart but it was cake instead of my actual heart.”
“Titles such as Wall of Kiss, Mother Puncher, and Suicide Girls in the Afterlife grab your attention and make you wonder what kind of madness unfolds within those pages.”
“Here we go, another round of the Pizza Party…”
“Godzilla helped give me my moral compass.”
Danger Slater is a Bizarro writer who uses surrealism, dark humor, and a healthy dose of existential angst to create his stories.
CLASH Media catches up with Constance Ann Fitzgerald and talks about her new book, Glue.
“I kinda wanna feel like I am being possessed by the ghost of Jackie O. I wanna feel like she’s talking to me and I wanna get kinda creeped out and tripped out about that.”