Contents Announced: Zombies: MORE Recent Dead

ZombiesMoreRecent-200Contents announced for ZOMBIES: MORE RECENT DEAD. I know…who wants more zombies? Well, even if you don’t like zombies, I think you will like these stories! Writers are being more imaginative than ever with the icon. If you preorder on right now you get more than $5 off cover price.

The living dead are more alive than ever! Zombies have become more than an iconic monster for the twenty-first century: they are now a phenomenon constantly revealing as much about ourselves—and our fascination with death, resurrection, and survival—as our love for the supernatural or post-apocalyptic speculation. Our most imaginative literary minds have been devoured by these incredible creatures and produced exciting, insightful, and unflinching new works of zombie fiction. We’ve again dug up the best stories published in the last few years and compiled them into an anthology to feed your insatiable hunger…

CONTENTS (alphabetically by author last name:

• Joanne Anderton, “Trail of Dead”
• Michael Arnzen, “Rigormarole” (poem)
• Marie Brennan, “What Still Abides
• Mike Carey, “Iphigenia in Aulis”
• Jacques L. Condor (Mak a Tai Meh), “Those Beneath the Bog”
• Neil Gaiman, “The Day the Saucers Came” (poem)
• Roxane Gay, “There is No ‘E’ in Zombi Which Means There Can Be No You Or We”
• Ron Goulart, “I Waltzed with a Zombie”
• Eric Gregory, “The Harrowers”
• William Jablonsky, “The Death and Life of Bob”
• Shaun Jeffrey, “Til Death Do Us Part”
• Matthew Johnson, “The Afflicted”
• Stephen Graham Jones, “Rocket Man”
• Joy Kennedy-O’Neill “Aftermath”
• Caitlín R. Kiernan, “In The Dreamtime of Lady Resurrection”
• Nicole Kornher-Stace, “Present”
• Joe R. Lansdale, “The Hunt: Before and The Aftermath”
• Shira Lipkin, “Becca at the End of the World”
• David Liss, “What Maisie Knew”
• Jonathan Maberry, “Jack & Jill”
• Alex Dally MacFarlane, “Selected Sources for the Babylonian Plague of the Dead (572-571 BCE)”
• Maureen McHugh, “The Naturalist”
• Lisa Mannetti, “Resurgam”
• Joe McKinney, “The Day the Music Died”
• Tamsyn Muir, “Chew”
• Holly Newstein, “Delice”
• Cat Rambo, “Love, Resurrected”
• Carrie Ryan, “What We Once Feared”
• Marge Simon, “The Children’s Hour” (poem)
• Maggie Slater, “A Shepherd of the Valley”
• Simon Strantzas, “Stemming the Tide”
• Charles Stross, “Bit Rot”
• Genevieve Valentine, “The Gravedigger of Konstan Spring”
• Carrie Vaughn, “Kitty’s Zombie New Year”
• Don Webb, “Pollution”
• Jay Wilburn, “Dead Song”



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