Cyber-Psychos AOD (CPAOD) is a book and magazine publishing venture based in Denver, Colorado, focusing on avant-garde and unusual art, culture, and writings. Founded in 1992 (magazine), and 1995 (CPAOD Books) by Jasmine Sailing, it has released 10 books and 10 issues of the magazine. The magazine's unabbreviated title is Cyber-Psychos And Other Diversities, with a subtitle of "The Magazine of Mental Aberrations".
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As stated by Ms. Sailing: "Horror, cyber-tech, science fiction, dark fantasy, surrealism, anything pleasantly insane. Please avoid sending straight-forward genre material, I only list these as an example of the general vicinities that might interest me. I have no problem with printing controversial material, in fact I heart it. My main prerogative is that the submission should be intelligent and capable of making people think."
- StarBones Weep the Blood of Angels by Sue Storm
- Nice Little Stories Jam-Packed With Depraved Sex & Violence by Michael Hemmingson
- The Hanging Man by S. Darnbrook Colson
- Stealing My Rules by Don Webb
- Stigma: After World by Jeffrey A. Stadt
- Snuff Flique by Michael Hemmingson
- A Good Cuntboy is Hard to Find by Doug Rice
- The Forbidden Gospels of Man-Cruel Volumes I and II by T. Winter-Damon & Randy Chandler
- A Pound of Ezra by Gregory R. Hyde
This is a list of featured magazine contents, in issue-number sequence:
- #1 (July 1992): Martin Atkins, Alien Sex Fiend, Joel Haertling, Gordon Klock, Cyber-Cents
- #2 (Samhain 1992): Godflesh, The Electric Hellfire Club, Rhys Fulber, Pamela Z, The Leather Pope
- #3 (February 1993): Crash Worship, Starkland Records, Pigface, Nick Zedd, Edward Lee (interview)
- #4 (May 1993): t. Winter-Damon (issue feature: interview, short fiction, non-fiction essays, art), Lucy Taylor (interview), D. F. Lewis (short fiction), G. X. Jupitter-Larsen, Type O Negative, Edward Lee (short fiction)
- #5 (May 1994): Vampire Rodents, Pain Teens, Joe Christ, Julie Doucet, Bruce Boston
- #6 (February 1995): Brian Hodge (issue feature: interview, short fiction, reviews), Sleep Chamber, Hakim Bey, Uncle River, Adam Parfrey
- #7 (Autumn 1997): John Shirley (issue feature: interview, short fiction), Larry McCaffery, Paul M. Sammon, Carol Lay, Tiamat, Little Fyodor, Charlee Jacob (short fiction), Thomas Wiloch (short fiction)
- #8 (1998–1999): Doug Rice, Lance & Andi Olsen, Michael Moynihan, Mason Jones, Misha, a William S. Burroughs tribute
- #9 (1999–2000): Andrew Vachss (issue feature: interview, short fiction), R. N. Taylor, Don Webb, M. Parfitt, black tape for a blue girl, Arkov Kapacitor, M. Parfitt
- #10 (2001–2002): Lance Olsen, Christopher Bale, Brian C. Clark of Permeable Press, M. Christian, Mason Jones, John Everson
Regular Features (appeared in multiple issues):
- Cyber-Cents (bargain basement technology)
- Little Fyodor's "A Few of the Interesting Characters I Found Under the Floorboards"
- The Incredible 2-Headed TV Casualty (horror movie commentary from a 2-headed monster)
- Personal Reality Essays
- Multi-media reviews
Early issues also featured bonus insert items:
- #1 included a cassette tape of Futura Ultima Erotica songs.
- #2 had The Leather Pope mini-comic as an insert.
- #3 came with a pack of Pain trading cards.
- Thomas, David,Alternatives: Dark imaginations foment in new book line, Denver Post, Friday, July 14, 1995.
- Locus Magazine Checklist
- Sailing, Jasmine. Editorial Babble. Cyber-Psychos AOD #6, 1995.
- Magazine Data File
- Disinformation on Death Equinox '99 Archived 2010-12-07 at the Wayback Machine
- Dumas, Alan: STRANGE BREW \ OFFBEAT CONVENTION OFFERS A WORLD OF WEIRDNESS FOR THOSE ON THE FRINGE, Rocky Mountain News, October 2, 1997, Weekend Spotlight Section