Ladies and gentlesouls, it is with great pleasure that I get to introduce to the ‘verse of Jack…a Brit for all occasions, Mr. Ricky Fleet. Okay, maybe not all occasions…but certainly those of the undead type. Why? Because Mr. Fleet is a fellow writer of the apocalyptic fantastique. And thus, […]

Ricky Fleet Gets Jack’d






Ladies and gentlment, I’m thinking of something blue! Blue. Yes…it’s the color of the moment. In fact, all that remains is blue…and don’t you forget it. And just what is it I’m thinking of that casts itself such in a lovely shade of blue? Why it’s the hair covering the […]

Jaime Johnesee Gets Jack’d







by Jay Wilburn Originally published on Armand Rosamilia’s Dying Days site for Winter Of Zombie 2015. First, it is important to understand that Jack Wallen may be insane. I think his writing is brilliant and he has the soul of an artist, but he’s packed full of crazy ideas. Middletown […]

All the Zombies in Middletown



Originally published on Armand Rosamilia’s Dying Days website. What is your latest zombie release? Bob Meets Sam Quick description of it (no spoilers) My unlucky zombie pal, Bob, works with shifter Samantha Reece of the FBI to stop a rogue necromancer from raising more zombies and ghouls. Something unique about […]

Winter of Zombie 2015 SPOTLIGHT ON: Jaime Johnesee



Originally published on Armand Rosamilia’s Dying Days website. What is your latest zombie release? It’s a comedic feminist YA zombie novel called VEGAN TEENAGE ZOMBIE HUNTRESS. Quick description of it (no spoilers) The elevator pitch: It’s a mashup of some of my fave funny things from pop culture: think of […]

Winter of Zombie 2015 SPOTLIGHT ON: G.G. Silverman


To celebrate Halloween, I wanted to publish a short story I wrote for an anthology a number of years ago…an anthology that went nowhere and left behind one of my favorite shorts. Thankfully, I have the original and, without further ado, I give until you… Forgotten By Jack Wallen Darkness […]

Forgotten


by Jay Wilburn Middletown Apocalypse is a zombie anthology. Wait. Where are you going? Come back. I have more stuff and things to say about more stuff and things, I promise. Sure, there are a few zombie anthologies out there. Some of them are good. We’ll let that statement stand […]

Celebrating the Good