Tag Archives: the Zen of Zombie

I’m in the Chicago Tribune today

Christopher Borrelli did a tiny article on me in today’s Chicago Tribune:

zeotribborrelli1

 

Here’s a link to the online version, in case that scan is too hard to read.  It just covers the most basic ideas of my book, but I think we can all agree that the zombie girl licking the butcher-knife looks hot.

Zombies: My part in their advancement

Greetings!

Me
Me

I’m Scott Kenemore, author of The Zen of Zombie (and the forthcoming Z.E.O.).

I wanted to start this blog to share thoughts I have about zombies, and interesting zombie stuff I find out about.

I find myself prompted to talk about zombies so frequently (and I consume so much zombie-related media) that I am confident I’ll be able to keep these posts interesting and relevant.  For example, I’m already excited to share my thoughts about the underrated Return of the Living Dead, about George Romero’s vital contribution to the dialogue surrounding race in America, about lost zombie-gems I’ve encountered in my travels, and about the zombie-related trends I see coming in the future.

I believe I am not alone in thinking our culture is about to enter a “Golden Age” of the zombie, in which zombies will become more mainstream, but also more mature and relevant than they have ever before been. 

It is an exciting time to be “alive.” 

Welcome All,

– Scott Kenemore