I’ll be appearing along with fellow Zombie Research Society Advisory Board member Brendan Riley this coming weekend at Walker Stalker Con 2014 in Chicago at the Stephens Convention Center. On Friday at 4pm, we’ll be part of the panel “Zombies and Philosophy: How zombies teach us to be more human.” I’ll also be signing and selling books at theContinue reading “ZRS at Walker Stalker Con Chicago 2014”
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The ZRS in The Chronicle of Higher Education
Using our Comic Con panel as a jumping off point, today the Chronicle of Higher Education profiled the neuroscience branch of the ZRS! Click here to read the article.
Zombie Disease Control
Zombie Disease Control is the new graphic novel that will feature the exploits of the Zombie Research Society. Here’s the cover of the first issue, featuring Tara C. Smith and myself. I can’t wait to see more! Click here for details on the ZRS blog.
I just got home from ZomBcon 2010 in Seattle where I gave a talk about zombies, served on a panel, and signed some books. ZomBcon was a really wonderful, well-run event. It was a delight to meet my fellow members of the Zombie Research Society Advisory Board, and all the other zombie luminaries present. Here areContinue reading “ZomBcon 2010”
ZRS contest winner likes her book (apparently)
Online-community creator and Harvard psychiatrist added to ZRS Advisory Board
Ryan Leach (Co-Creator of LostZombies.com, the world’s first community-generated zombie documentary) and Steven Schlozman (Co-Director of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Associate Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency for the MGH/McLean Program in Child Psychiatry, and Lecturer in Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education) have been added to theContinue reading “Online-community creator and Harvard psychiatrist added to ZRS Advisory Board”
ZRS in Wilamette Week
Here’s a neat article featuring an interview with Matt Mogk of the Zombie Research Society from Wilamette Week, a news outlet based in Portland, Oregon. (I serve on the Advisory Board of the Zombie Research Society.)