John Grant,Adrian Cole,D.C. Lozar,Erica Ruppert,Lucy Snyder,Franklyn Searight,Andrew Darlington,Scott Edelman

Weirdbook Annual: Zombies

Every year, WEIRDBOOK Magazine publishes a collection of short stories to thrill and delight readers worldwide. This year, we challenged authors to come up with memorable takes on the zombie theme, and the result is this fantastic collection of 34 original stories. Included are:

The Meddler, by Matthew John
Tiger Girls vs. the Zombies, by Lucy A. Snyder
Dead Between the Eyes, by Adrian Cole
Alive Again, by Franklyn Searight
The Night Hans Kroeger Came Back, by Kenneth Bykerk
The Marching Dead, by Andrew Darlington
I Wished for Zombies, by D.C. Lozar
O Mary Don’t You Mourn, by Mike Chinn
To Die, To Sleep, No More, by Erica Ruppert
Run, Monster, Run, by Teasha Seitz
Another Night in Bayou Sauvage, by Chad Hensley
Kifaro, by Dilman Dila
But I Love Him, by Scott Wheelock
Who Wants to Live Forever?, by Angela Yuriko Smith
The Dead Are Always Hungry, by Christopher Alex Ray 
Zen Zombies, by R. A. Smith
Cassius Max, by KT Morley
A Nanotech Samsara, by J.N. Cameron
Pine in the Soul, by John Linwood Grant
“Welcome Home”, by Craig E. Sawyer
Papa Hanco, by Ed Reyes
They Shall Eat Dust, by Josh Reynolds
In Shadow Valley, by Nick Swain
Devil’s Bargain, by by J.F. Le Roux
Right for You Now, by Andrew Jennings
E’Zunguth, the Zombie God, by Maxwell I. Gold
Lazy River, by Kelly Piner
The New Human, by Shayne K. Keen
This Little Piggy, by EV Knight
Life Unworthy of Life, by Stephanie Ellis
More Blood, by Carson Ray 
This Creeping Cold, by Kevin Rees
The Body I Used to Be, by Scott Edelman
Queen of Hearts, by S.E. Lindberg

Plus poetry by Ashley Dioses, Avra Margariti, Josh Maybrook, Darrell Schweitzer, Lori R. Lopez, Allan Rozinski, K.A. Opperman, Gregg Chamberlain, Robert Borski, David C. Kopaska-Merkel, Colleen Anderson, and David C. Kopaska-Merkel.
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