The toasty Toast inspired this post.
Six wierd books:
Flatland by Edwin Abbot. A land where circles are king and all the chicks are straight.
The Thief of Always by Clive Barker. A tale meant to frighten the daylights out of ten-year-old boys, but one that kept this housewife up until 4 a.m. finishing it.
Stand On It by Stroker Ace. Cars, chicks in GoGo boots and a backwards race.
Maldoror by the Comte de Lautreamont. Good luck figuring this effing thing out.
Geek Love by Katherine Dunn. Where freak love is king, Carnies rule and one chick wears a leather bra "356 days a year."
Thank You for Being Concerned and Sensitive by Jim Henry. Weird genius at its best: Walking corpses, cheating congressmen and an ode to the "sport fuck."