Bits of the Dead

Bits of the Dead They live They die They return Zombies authors gut wrenching tales Flash fiction at its finest all illustrated by underground favorite Sean Simmans and edited by Keith Gouveia Stories by Piers

  • Title: Bits of the Dead
  • Author: Keith Gouveia Piers Anthony Joel Arnold Daniel Pyle Jeff Strand John Weagly Paul A. Freeman Drew Brown
  • ISBN: 9781897217818
  • Page: 318
  • Format: None
  • They live They die They return Zombies 38 authors 38 gut wrenching tales Flash fiction at its finest, all illustrated by underground favorite Sean Simmans and edited by Keith Gouveia Stories by Piers Anthony, Robert Appleton, Joel Arnold, Drew Brown, Adam Troy Castro, Nick Cato, C.M Clifton, Christopher Allan Death, Ed Dempster, J.G Faherty, Paul A Freeman, CharlThey live They die They return Zombies 38 authors 38 gut wrenching tales Flash fiction at its finest, all illustrated by underground favorite Sean Simmans and edited by Keith Gouveia Stories by Piers Anthony, Robert Appleton, Joel Arnold, Drew Brown, Adam Troy Castro, Nick Cato, C.M Clifton, Christopher Allan Death, Ed Dempster, J.G Faherty, Paul A Freeman, Charles A Gramlich, J.H Hobson, M.M Johnson, Michael Josef, Kiernan Kelly, Nancy Kilpatrick, Michael Laimo, Catherine MacLeod, James Newman, Kurt Newton, Jeff Parish, Matthew John Peters, Jeffrey C Pettengill, Daniel Pyle, Gina Ranalli, Steven Savile, Julia Sevin, R.J Sevin, Nate Southard, Jeff Strand, Simon Strantzas, Marcie Lynn Tentchoff, Lee Thomas, William T Vandemark, Steve Vernon, Tim Waggoner, John Weagly Bits of the Dead is a hard hitting, pulse pounding collection of zombie tales that ll have you ripping through the pages faster than a ghoul through a warm body.

    463 Comment

    • Charles says:

      This is an anthology of zombie microfictions. All are from 1 to 3 pages. The biggest names here are Piers Anthony and Nancy Kilpatrick. I'm among the lesser known writers in the antho, and my piece is a zombie western entitled "Once Upon a Time with the Dead."As with any anthology, there are some really good stories in the collection and some that are not so good. I enjoyed the vast majority of the pieces, though, and found it an easy read, with a substantial amount of black humor in it.There ar [...]

    • Luis L says:

      This was a pretty good book of Zombie short stories. Only a few pages long each story. Some of them ok, others great. I liked the POV of the zombies in some stories. Always neat to explore that side.

    • Katie says:

      The book was enjoyable but expected. Short Zombie stories (only one to three pages): some are good and some are not so good. Wanted to highlight Rotten Fruit, Reunion, Run, and Just Enough as some of my favorites. A very quick, enjoyable read.

    • Greg says:

      great collection of short zombie fiction.

    • Kim says:

      Junk food for the brainese are entertaining little "bites" of zombie fiction. Great price for zombie fiction fans:-)

    • Joseph Harris says:

      They live. They die. They return. Zombies. 38 authors. 38 gut-wrenching tales. Flash fiction at its finest, all illustrated by underground favorite Sean Simmans and edited by Keith Gouveia. Stories by Piers Anthony, Robert Appleton, Joel Arnold, Drew Brown, Adam-Troy Castro, Nick Cato, C.M. Clifton, Christopher Allan Death, Ed Dempster, J.G. Faherty, Paul A. Freeman, Charles A. Gramlich, J.H. Hobson, M.M. Johnson, Michael Josef, Kiernan Kelly, Nancy Kilpatrick, Michael Laimo, Catherine MacLeod, [...]

    • Jeffrey says:

      This is a great collection of zombie flash fiction. The stories are all incredibly short, entertaining reads by some of the most talented horror writers around.

    • Rebecca Jayasundara says:

      Strong anthology of zombie tales. Some better than others, great for quick escapes from your zombie-free reality.

    • Christine says:

      An interesting collection of zombie tales, some of the stories had unexpected twists. It also gave authors the opportunity to explore multiple possible zombie apocalypse worlds.

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