Zombies. Vampires. Undead things that should not be. Now the undead share their tales, with two-dozen brain-feasting, blood-sucking, revenge seeking stories from horror writers around the globe.
Includes works by award-winning writer Michael A. Kechula (also editor of Flash-Tales), Donna Taylor Burgess (editor, Naked Snake Press), Ontario Arts Council grant winner Alexander Zelenyj, and many others.
"Stories like Josh Benton's "Waking Finnegan" and Arthur Sanchez's "Old Habit, New Habits" are entertaining and wickedly funny spins on the zombie motif, while David Bartlett's "A New Year's Tale" affords us an intriguing story of sacrifice and salvation. And Patricia A. Collins' "Alone in the Dark" provides a predictable, but still satisfying, vampire story of false innocence." Tim Hartley, SFReader.com
"Yet as difficult as it is to find new ways to write about the walking dead, but Dead Men (and Women) Walking contains a handful of works that find fresh or amusing new approaches to its subject matter." Dru Pagliassotti, The Harrow.
This product includes the PDF galley of the book as well as jpeg files of the front and back covers.