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We’ve Been Rooting for the Wrong Side in Zombie Wars

F.C. Brown Cloud posits that in America, only mythical violence commands respect Continue reading

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The Cliffs: An Essay, A Fiction, A Zombie Fusion. Part VI

From YA zombies to multiple choice questions, Eric LeMay’s The Cliffs takes you through a post-apocalyptic landscape with a hybrid fiction/essay serialized for the holidays. Continue reading

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The Cliffs: An Essay, A Fiction, A Zombie Fusion. Part V

YA zombies and multiple-choice, Eric LeMay takes you through a post-apocalyptic landscape with a hybrid fiction/essay serialized for the holidays. Continue reading

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The Cliffs: An Essay, A Fiction, A Zombie Fusion. Part IV

From YA zombies to multiple choice questions, Eric LeMay’s The Cliffs takes you through a post-apocalyptic landscape with a hybrid fiction/essay serialized for the holidays. Continue reading

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The Cliffs: An Essay, A Fiction, A Zombie Fusion. Part III

From YA zombies to multiple choice questions, Eric LeMay’s The Cliffs takes you through a post-apocalyptic landscape with a hybrid fiction/essay running over the next two weeks. Continue reading

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The Cliffs: An Essay, A Fiction, A Zombie Fusion. Part II

From YA zombies to multiple choice questions, Eric LeMay’s The Cliffs takes you through a post-apocalyptic landscape with a hybrid fiction/essay running over the next two weeks. Continue reading

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The Cliffs: An Essay, A Fiction, A Zombie Fusion

YA zombies with multiple-choice, Eric LeMay’s The Cliffs takes you through a post-apocalyptic landscape with a hybrid fiction/essay running over the next two weeks. Continue reading

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A Spark in Search of Kindling

In pop-cultural fantasies of the apocalypse, there is always that moment when the protagonist must decide whether to rescue that injured stranger, whether to use that bullet to spare the suffering of a friend who’ll soon be dead anyway. Continue reading

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Apocalypse, Inc.: An American Production

There are two things America does well: deep-fried Twinkies and the Apocalypse. Samuel Sattin explains why the two might not be entirely unrelated. Continue reading

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Report: Popular Local Chef Places Zombie on Menu

Despite a concerted public outcry, local chef Ethan “Eat it Whole” Sole has apparently placed zombie meat on the menu of his fine dining restaurant. Sean Beaudoin spends most of Halloween day investigating. Continue reading

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Zombie: is there any other place you’d rather be?

Wherein Sean Beaudoin talks about the sociological effect of deep biter culture. And also being thoroughly dead. Continue reading

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“The Infects” Is Here!

The Infects, the new novel by our own Sean Beaudoin, is out today. Continue reading

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