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THREE QUESTIONS: Jacques L. Condor (Maka Tai Meh)

Jacques L. Condor (also known as Maka Tai Meh) has written one of the spookiest tales in this collection, and one of the hardest to put down. "Those Beneath the Bog" is a story of culture and spirituality running up against deadly secrets of the past. Prunie and her husband Martin are hunting for moose along… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Jacques L. Condor (Maka Tai Meh)

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THREE QUESTIONS: Marie Brennan

If you're tired of all the modern-day twists on zombies and want something eerie from a deeper past, look no further than "What Still Abides" by Marie Brennan. Set in pre-Christian England among druids and runes, Brennan weaves a chilling tale of death gone wrong. When a corpse refuses to stay down in his grave,… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Marie Brennan

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THREE QUESTIONS: Don Webb

"Pollution," by Don Webb, is a tale of exclusion and loneliness, lived out in the heart of a near-future Japan.  All Billy has ever wanted since he was a teenager was to be Japanese. He knows the language, studies the culture incessantly, and now lives in Nagoya as an English teacher. He does everything he… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Don Webb

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THREE QUESTIONS: Shira Lipkin

"Becca at the End of the World" by Shira Lipkin will break your heart. When your only child is bitten by a zombie and already starting to show signs of turning, what is a mother supposed to do? Some of the descriptions in this fairly short story really hit me hard and choked me up.… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Shira Lipkin

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THREE QUESTIONS: Jay Wilburn

Jay Wilburn's story in Zombies: More Recent Dead will give you chills. "Dead Song" documents the rise of indie music among the survivors in a post-apocalyptic zombie landscape. There are some great, humorous touches to this story, and Mr. Wilburn's got a great eye for sidelong commentary, but I guarantee this story will get to you. I couldn't… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Jay Wilburn

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THREE QUESTIONS: Marge Simon

Marge Simon's poem in Zombies: More Recent Dead may only be a page long, but I can guarantee you won't forget it. What happens when those who are supposed to love and protect you become the monsters you fear? Read "The Children's Hour" once, twice, a hundred times--the horror lingers with each encounter. Prepare yourself… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Marge Simon

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Zombies: More Recent Dead Update

As September draws ever nearer, we're getting into zombie hunting season and the preparations for the release of Zombies: More Recent Dead, edited by Paula Guran and published through Prime Books! This is going to be a great anthology, if I do say so myself. There are some truly amazing talents included in the pages… Continue reading Zombies: More Recent Dead Update

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THREE QUESTIONS: Ty Schwamberger

Ladies and gentlemen, bogarts and ghouls (yes, I went there), today I've had the marvelous opportunity to host THREE QUESTIONS with The Zombie Feed's Editor-in-Chief Ty Schwamberger. Mr. Schwamberger has just come out with his new zombie novella, THE FIELDS. Per the press release: Billy Fletcher learned to farm the family’s tobacco fields – and… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Ty Schwamberger

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THREE QUESTIONS: Brandon Alspaugh

Brandon Alspaugh's story in The Zombie Feed Vol. 1 is a multi-layered, and multi-era, examination of the undead and undeadness. You won't find zombies eating brains in "The Sickness Unto Death", but you will find letters, online discussions, Confederate soldiers, ancient death myths, faith-frightened monks, and the story of a modern soldier returning home after… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Brandon Alspaugh

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THREE QUESTIONS: K. Allen Wood

K. Allen Wood has contributed a gem of a story to The Zombie Feed Anthology Vol. 1 with "Goddamn Electric," and those readers from the Northeast U.S. will likely recognize the deft portrayal of the region's inhabitants. New Englanders don't scare easy--maybe it's the dark woods, or twisting dirt roads that don't ever seem to go to… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: K. Allen Wood