HalloweenCostumes.com is giving away a free copy of my last novel Zombie, Ohio to the first 35 people who buy a zombie halloween costume, starting this morning.
Here’s an interview about Zombie, Ohio I did with the NPR affiliate in Cincinnati. We recorded it in March, and I just found out it aired last weekend. To listen, click here and scroll down to the Zombie, Ohio link halfway down the page.
I did a fun interview about Zombie, Ohio (and other stuff) with Kris Littman on Fearless Radio in Chicago.
Redeye reporter Elliott Serrano interviewed me about Zombie, Ohio.
Click here to read the interview, and if you’re in Chicago, I’m reading from Zombie, Ohio tomorrow at the Webster Ave. Barnes & Noble store at 3pm.
I’ll be giving a reading from Zombie, Ohio this coming Saturday, February 19, at 3pm, at the Webster Place Barnes & Noble store in Chicago (1441 W. Webster Ave.).
Kenemore’s debut is a darkly humorous depiction of one zombie’s struggle for enlightenment and redemption. When college professor Peter Mellor recovers consciousness near the wreck of his car, he finds himself in an apocalyptic landscape populated by desperate survivors and the walking and hungry undead. Soon Peter discovers that he is a zombie himself, albeit an unusually intelligent one, and that the crash that killed him was orchestrated. Determined to track down his murderer while dodging resentful breathers, Mellor struggles against his yearning to eat the brains of the living. His lapses are epic, even for a zombie, but nothing compared to the excesses of the living who see the apocalypse as license to indulge their worst impulses. There’s plenty to satisfy zombie fans who’ve come to expect some philosophy with their gore. (Feb.)