I’ll be appearing at the Printers Row Lit Fest in Chicago next month, signing books in the CWA Tent on Saturday, June 10th, from 10am-12:30pm.
It’s pub day! What a pleasure to get to work with JeromeASF— one of the world’s leading Minecrafters– on the latest book about his cunning and canny creation: Bacca! You can pick up a copy online, or in bookstores everywhere.
This month, Skyhorse is releasing a compendium of combat-centered excerpts from my zombie guides in an exciting new hardback titled The Ultimate Book of Zombie Warfare and Survival: A Combat Guide to the Walking Dead. It makes a perfect gift for zombie fans, and arrives just in time for Halloween. Look for “greatest hits” fromContinue reading “The Ultimate Book of Zombie Warfare and Survival”
I did an interview with B.J. Colangelo for Icons of Fright. You can read it here.
I’ll be appearing at Chicago Comic Con on Saturday, August 24, at 1pm on the “Decade of the Dead” panel with Aaron Sagers, Dave Schrader, Jonathan James, and other zombie luminaries.
I had a great time at San Diego Comic Con. Here are some photos from our “Zombie Myths and Misconceptions” panel, and assorted knavery.
I’ll be appearing on the panel: “Zombie Myths & Misconceptions” on Friday, July 25th at 8:30pm at San Diego Comic Con. Our group will include such zombie luminaries as Matt Mogk, Max Brooks, Steve Schlozman, and Aaron Sagers! Stop on by!
This coming Tuesday night/Wednesday morning, I’ll be a guest on the Nick Digilio Show on WGN Radio, 720AM in Chicago, from 2am-4am, to talk about zombies, horror writing, and my newest book Zombie, Indiana. Not in Chicago? You can tune in online here. UPDATE: You can listen to the podcast here.
Over the weekend, I appeared on the “Zombie Genre” panel at Wizard World Comic Con in Louisville, along with Aaron Sagers (CNN, MTV, HuffPo, Paranormal Pop Culture), Jonathan James (The Daily Dead) and Lyndi Lou (Louisville Zombie Attack). Thanks to everybody who came out and made it so fun!
This weekend I got to meet two of my all-time zombie heroes, the legendary James Karen and Allan Trautman! If you read this blog, you’ve seen that I consider their performances in Return of the Living Dead to be the finest acting in any zombie film, ever. James was super-cool and joked with me. (IContinue reading “I met James Karen and Allan Trautman and totally geeked-out and it was awesome”