This original collection includes stories about professional guinea pigs, extraterrestrial sex toys, luck poachers,a reality TV show starring the Seven Deadly Sins, and a zombie gigolo.
Fun Fact: Each tale is followed by an author’s note with information about the story’s origins.
Edited by Christopher Golden, this anthology of nineteen original zombie tales includes stories from Amber Benson, Brian Keene, Jonathan Maberry, and others.
Fun Fact: “Reality Bites” is a brand new zombie story that pokes fun at Hollywood and reality television.
Eraserhead Press brings you tales of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, a collection of Bizarro tales from the minds of John Skipp, Cody Goodfellow, Mykle Hansen, and more.
Fun Fact: “Inside the Monsters Studio” is a parody of the TV series Inside the Actors Studio.
Includes “Lower Slaughter,” “The Lord of Words,” “Dream Girls,” and “Dr. Lullaby.”
Published in 2011, this collection of dark fiction also contains short stories from Lee Thomas, Gary McMahon, and Michael Marshall Smith.
Fun Fact: “Lower Slaughter” and “The Lord of Words” are Stephen King-inspired supernatural horror stories written in 1998 and 2000.
Includes the short story “Zombie Gigolo.”
This collection of forty-four zombie stories, published in 2010, includes fiction from Max Brooks, Robert Kirkman, David Wellington, and Carrie Ryan, among others.
Fun Fact: “Zombie Gigolo” debuted at the 2008 World Horror Convention, where it took 3rd Place in the annual Gross Out Contest.
Includes the short story “A Zombie’s Lament.”
An anthology of thirty-two short stories about the living dead from the likes of Stephen King, Robert Bloch, Neil Gaiman, Ray Bradbury, and Robert McCammon. (Published in 2009).
Fun Fact: Originally written in 2001, “A Zombie’s Lament” is the short story upon which my novel Breathers is based.