Author Interview, The Zombie Feed, Writing

THREE QUESTIONS: Simon McCaffery

 If you're looking for an original take on the classic zombie-survival story, look no further than Simon McCaffery's story in The Zombie Feed Vol. 1, "Lifeboat." Recently separated Jack Anthony wasn't thinking that a cruise ship would be the best bet for survival when he and his teenage son Nick decided to spend spring break… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Simon McCaffery

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THREE QUESTIONS: Monica Valentinelli

Monica Valentinelli's contribution to The Zombie Feed Vol. 1 is a visceral, irreverent,  stream-of-consciousness narrative from the perspective of troubled Officer Mike Francis, a badge-carrying member of civilized society's last-stand response to a world gone mad. It's not the zombies Office Mike worries about--with a little fire, he can manage them--it's all the other nutcases… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Monica Valentinelli

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THREE QUESTIONS: Daniel I. Russell

Unlike some of the other stories in The Zombie Feed Anthology which ramp up the action with shotguns and showdowns, Daniel I. Russell's contribution is a quiet tour de force that is perhaps all the more horrifying because its focus is so poignantly centered in the realities of our daily lives. "Broken Bough" is not… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Daniel I. Russell

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THREE QUESTIONS: Kristin Dearborn

If you have any questions about whether a girl with a sweet-sounding name like Kristin Dearborn can write horror, you should read her story "Rabid Raccoons" in The Zombie Feed Anthology Vol. 1. If you like nasty undead rodents with those freaky little hands, horrifying last stands, and some old-fashioned evil vengeance, you'll love "Rabid… Continue reading THREE QUESTIONS: Kristin Dearborn