Douglas J. Ogurek

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Introduction Douglas J. Ogurek is the pseudonym for a writer living somewhere on Earth. Though banned on Mars, his fiction appears in over forty Earth publications. Ogurek founded the controversial literary subgenre known as unsplatterpunk, which uses splatterpunk conventions (e.g., extreme violence, gore, taboo subject matter) to deliver a positive message. He guest-edited Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction #58: UNSPLATTERPUNK!, the first ever unsplatterpunk anthology. He reviews films at that same magazine. Recent longer works include the young adult novel Branch Turner vs the Currants (World Castle Publishing) and the horror/suspense novella Encounter at an Abandoned Church (Scarlet Leaf Publishing). More at Twitter: @unsplatter
Favorite Movies Signs, The Village, American Psycho, Paranormal Activity, Human Centipede 2, Blair Witch Project, The Ring, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Four Rooms
Favorite Music Becoming the Archetype, Hope for the Dying, Renascent, other death metal with themes of Christianity and compassion
Favorite Books I Am Charlotte Simmons, She's Come Undone, A Man in Full, collected short stories of Raymond Carver, Night Shift