hello monday! here, have a zombie update.

Monday, September 20, 2010 |

Start of the work week. The day my brain looks least desirable to the undead (due to changes in texture…all mushy on Mondays, trust me!). The day…that is right before Tuesday. And also before I’ve had sufficient coffee to function for the workday.

Let me cheat (just this once, I promise!) and post a zombie link update. Pretty please? Okay. Keep your anti-zombie weapons at the ready…

David Lubar, author of the Nathan Abercrombie: Accidental Zombie books, writes about zombieism and humor and the unintentional side effects of being undead.

Next, Harrison Geillor, the author of The Zombies of Lake Woebegotten, talks about the advantages of living in a rural community in the event of a zombie apocalypse (hint: lower population = less dead people).

Tor also gets several authors weigh in on literary works they’d like to see zombified.

It also turns out the University of Baltimore will be offering a class on zombies in their course catalogue (yes, zombies can even take on academia). And finally, Jesse Petersen, the author of hilarious Married with Zombies, blogs about how zombies can really bring a family together. If you haven’t already, I suggest that you enter the giveaway for her new release! It's pretty hilarious.

This post is part of the September Zombies event hosted by Velvet at vvb32reads.


vvb32 reads said...

yummy links! thanks.

Melissa said...

I wish my school had offered a course on zombies! :)

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