Douglas J. Ogurek
Douglas J. Ogurek is an inventive, unconventional writer whose work mystifies and amazes in equal measure.” – Andrew Hook, award-winning editor, and author of The Immortalists, And God Created Zombies, and Nitrospective
Douglas J. Ogurek's fiction, though banned on Mars, appears in over 40 Earth publications. Ogurek founded the literary subgenre known as unsplatterpunk, which uses splatterpunk conventions (e.g., extreme violence, gore, taboo subject matter) to deliver a Christian message.
He also reviews films at Theaker's Quarterly Fiction. He lives on Earth with the woman whose husband he is. They are owned by a pit bull named Phlegmpus Bilesnot.
"Setting Down," AntipodeanSF, Issue 221, December, 2016
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"Maim Street," Morpheus Tales: Best of Weird Fiction, Vol. 6, October, 2016
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