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Examples of "carlton_mellick"
2009: Warrior Wolf Women of the Wasteland – Carlton Mellick III
Carlton Mellick III (born July 2, 1977) is an American author currently residing in Portland, Oregon. He is best known as one of the leading authors in the 'Bizarro' movement in underground literature.
Bradley Sands (born December 28, 1978) is an American author. He is involved in the Bizarro movement in underground literature with Steve Aylett, Chris Genoa, Carlton Mellick III and D. Harlan Wilson.
Carlton Mellick III started writing at the age of ten and completed twelve novels by the age of eighteen. Only one of these early novels, "Electric Jesus Corpse", ever made it to print. Mellick attended Clarion West in 2008, where he studied under such authors as Chuck Palahniuk, Cory Doctorow, Connie Willis, Paul Park, and Mary Rosenblum.
The Kafka Effekt (2001) is the debut book of American author D. Harlan Wilson. It contains forty-four irreal short stories and flash fiction and has been said to combine the milieu's of Franz Kafka and William S. Burroughs. Along with Carlton Mellick III's "Satan Burger", Vincent Sakowski's "Some Things Are Better Left Unplugged", Hertzan Chimera's "Szmonhfu", Kevin L. Donihe's "Shall We Gather at the Garden?" and M.F. Korn's "Skimming the Gumbo Nuclear", "The Kafka Effekt" was among the first books jointly released by Bizarro fiction publisher Eraserhead Press.
Darenzia was featured on episode 6 of Spike TV's "Ink Master" as a photo reference for a pin-up tattoo challenge. She also stars in the 2012 anthology horror film "The ABCs of Death". She is featured on the cover of Carlton Mellick III's novel "Punk Land", in which the main character is also inspired by her. A regular model for Atsuko Kudo, she represented the brand at Prada's "Iconoclast" store opening event. She has also modeled for Vex Clothing. Additionally, she performed at Marc Jacobs' 2007 holiday party.