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    Going back to nature, by Nurse9ball

    As a nurse and prepper, I can tell you the best thing you could ever do for yourself and your family unit is to get back to nature. No, I don’t mean grab a bongo and start sporting tie-dye shirts. Think of your health and well-being as the tool you will need to survive. Weapons […] More

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    Guest Post- Exchanging fluids

    Good morning all. Things have been a little crazy around here, the end of the basketball season, karate classes, and doctor’s appointments. So, again, I apologize for the delay. Today I’m going to talk today about protecting yourself from accidental exposure to the zombie virus. We’ve all seen the movies and TV shows where our […] More

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    Plan B: What to do now that you are a zombie, by Jack Asher

    Well it finally happened, you screwed up.  That’s all your life has ever been, one big screw up, punctuated by smaller screw ups.  You got bit, and joined the mass of shuffling undead.  Because there are zombies now. But it’s okay.  You can turn this around.  Just because you’re dead doesn’t mean you can’t get […] More

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    BRAINEATER JONES Deleted Scene, by Stephen Kozeniewski

    Those of you Zombie Guide readers of a certain age may recall that in the olden days before piracy…er, I mean, legitimate downloading…folks used to watch movies at home on things called Digital Video Discs or “DVDs.” (Don’t even ask Grandpa’s about “Ye Olde Video Home System.” He’ll just get off on a long diatribe […] More

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    Outbreak Journal: vol.1, by Elvis A Cardona

    Date: 02/05/70 Time: 3:00 p.m. Location: Newark, New Jersey Distance from me: Approx. 250 miles The ten o’clock news on local channel 3, reported some very bizarre and strange activity had been occurring place at a local diner in the Newark area. There were several strange figures committing acts of murder. The reporter interviewed one […] More

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    Whimper by Scott Lefebvre

    It was the year the bees died. But first it was the bats. But no one cared about the bats because they dismissed the scientific evidence by ignorantly indulging in the old analogy that bats are just rats with wings. Or maybe mice. But first it was bats and then bees and then birds. But […] More

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    LOVABLY DEAD, by Alex Eldrich

    “Nguh…” Kate rolled over to face her fiancé lying next to her on his back. “What, honey?” “Nguhhhh…!” “Oh you poor thing, you’re hungry aren’t you?” She noticed a glob of drool on the corner of his mouth. Grabbing a tissue from the night table she turned back to wipe his lips. Quick as a flash he […] More

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    A story by Michael W. Garza

    Marty felt strange as he leveled his sights on a person’s head. He took aim on the woman as she lumbered slowly toward him across his grandfather’s field. One of her eyes hung out of the socket, bouncing of her cheek with every step. Marty lined up the end of his rifle on her forehead […] More

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    Reconstructed, by Richard T. Schrader

    Gerard Fourie was lean in his old age but still fit as a man prone to wandering in the trekgees tradition of his South African Boer ancestry. He had walked alone many miles that night along the railroad tracks, but it wasn’t an aimless journey because there was a destination clear in his mind and […] More

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    Burn baby burn, by Carl Cart

    John was a hard core survivalist, and he had been prepping for the apocalypse for a long time, way before prepping had became popular. His basement was fully stocked for whatever shit finally came down. He had food and water for three months, medical supplies, and enough guns and ammunition to start his own small […] More

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    Seventeen and Turning into a Non-Mormon Secular Humanist Zombie

    A little sneak peek of my new novel

    By Scott Erickson [email protected] This story is an excerpt from the novel of the same name, available via amazon.com. Scott Erickson is an award-winning writer of humor and satire. He lives in Portland, Oregon, and is possibly the nicest curmudgeon you’ll ever meet. For two hours the van headed north into the north woods of […] More

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    Blood-Orange Sun, By Brittany Skye Jones

    The whole world was covered in orange. From the dust covered roads to the vacant cars, the coppery sun seemed to set the world aflame. All was quiet and still. The only sound in the air was the crunching of boots on the old roads, the heavy breathing of my comrades; each thankful for the […] More