Book of Dead Things

Book of Dead Things You just can t keep the dead down Stake them through the heart bury them at the crossroads they re still going to climb out of their graves But these are not just stories of Romeroesque late nite gor

  • Title: Book of Dead Things
  • Author: Tina L. Jens Eric M. Cherry Joshua Alan Doetsch
  • ISBN: 9780977985630
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Perfect Paperback
  • You just can t keep the dead down Stake them through the heart, bury them at the crossroads they re still going to climb out of their graves But these are not just stories of Romeroesque late nite gorefests Book of Dead Things expanded edition is bursting at the seams with stories that will touch your heart as they explore what it means to be human With stories by You just can t keep the dead down Stake them through the heart, bury them at the crossroads they re still going to climb out of their graves But these are not just stories of Romeroesque late nite gorefests Book of Dead Things expanded edition is bursting at the seams with stories that will touch your heart as they explore what it means to be human With stories by Tom Barlow, Bill Breedlove, Suzanne Church, Alan M Clark, C.S.E Cooney, Scott A Cupp, Stephen Dedman, Sukie de la Croix, Brendan Detzner, Joshua Alan Doetsch, Andrea Dubnick, Jo Fletcher, Christopher Fulbright, Richard Gilliam, S phera Gir n , Ken Goldman, Angeline Hawkes, Brian Hodge, Tina L Jens, Chris Kozlowski, Stephen C Merritt, Randy Miller, Jude Walter Mire, Yvonne Navarro, Katherine Norem, Craig D.B Patton, John Peel, Michael Penkas, Bruce Holland Rogers, Martel Sardina, Lawrence Schimel, Alan Smale, J.D Smith, Thomas J Strauch, Karen E Taylor, Edo van Belkom, Dan Waters, John Weagly, Robert Weinberg

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    1. You might come to a book entitled Book of Dead Things with certain expectations: stories of ghosts, zombies and maybe some other risen-from-the-grave type monsters that play on our fears of death and dying. But even the editors, Tina L. Jens and Eric M. Cherry, admit they wanted to avoid conventional dead stereotypes. In the introduction, Jens warns us of her dislike for zombies. She may like monsters, but finds zombies are overdone. She has a point. There is so much fiction and film with zombie [...]

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