What an honor (and what fun!) to be interviewed alongside Sarah Davis-Goff for the University College Dublin Humanities Institute Podcast. We talked about Cormac McCarthy, Irish Bog Body zombies, and the scariest movie I’ve ever seen. You can listen to the podcast here.
Dead Man Working— the 2013 L.E. Salas film in which I play myself– is now free on Vimeo. Look for Kim Paffenroth, Steve Schlozman, and other zombie heavyweights, as well as Noam Chomsky.
This Friday the 21st I’ll be appearing at Wizard World Comic Con Chicago on two panels: The Walking Dead Phenomenon, 1pm, Room 6, and Paranormal City Chicago, 3pm, Room 2. More details here.
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.
I was honored to participate on the “Zombies in Popular Culture” panel at Comic Con San Diego on Thursday. In addition to me, the panelists included Max Brooks, Matt Mogk, Steve Schlozman, Brad Voytek, Aaron Sagers, and Jonathan James. Here are some photos. (Click to embiggen.)
Steven Schlozman– author of The Zombie Autopsies— wrote a pretty neat reaction to the current spate of violence that’s been covered as “Zombie Attacks” by the media in Psychology Today. I like the way he addresses some of the same issues I was trying to tackle in my last blog post. (Plus, he’s a doctor,Continue reading “Schlozman in Psychology Today”
I was neither upset nor particularly surprised when– beginning a few days ago– the mainstream media began calling the Miami, FL cannibalism assault a “zombie attack.” Certainly, it had all of the right elements. (If you are reading this blog, I probably do not need to repeat the details to you.) It was sort ofContinue reading “Zombies used to remove political impact”
I wrote an essay about zombies and Rwanda and natural disasters for Paranormal Pop Culture. Click here to check it out.
I did an interview about Zombies vs. Nazis with Sci-Fi Overdrive that apparently aired last month. To listen, click here and scroll down to “The Weekend of July 9th.” (Bonus: Listen for tugboats on the Chicago River at 1:43.)
The very cool Brittney-Jade Colangelo interviewed me about Zombies vs. Nazis, the forthcoming Zombie, Illinois, and other stuff for her awesome horror website Day of the Woman. Click here to read the interview.