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  • The Horde

    March 7, 1993 This is the first day that I start writing in the seven hundred pages’ empty novel because I feel that the scratch on my finger is taking my emotions to that place I do not want to go back to again. On day that it is raining, I feel hungry for flesh […] More

  • 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

  • Underrated Zombie Movies You Have To Check Out

    This year is full of crazy weather. From unbearable cold snaps to never-ending rainstorms, it’s been a hot mess. What’s a better way to wait out extreme weather than with a zombie movie marathon. You could watch the same old, same old again like 28 Days Later or your favorite Dead flick or you could be adventurous […] More

  • 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

  • September 18, 1992, Lunchtime

    The next morning, I awaken with no one in the room but me. I get up with a long stretch of my arms yawning from my mouth. I put my white socks and my sneakers back on my feet. I walk out of the room to the go to the lunchroom. Waiting at the front […] More

  • 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

  • Zombie Cruise (A Short Story)

    Poor Brenda Lawson. She’s just trying to have a good time on her cruise, do a little partying, and forget her problems. After a night of drinking and dancing, we find her trying to sleep it off when a little girl shows up in her room looking for someone to help her mother, who is […] More

  • Top Seven Common Lies in Every Zombie Movie

    The first rule of battle is to know thy enemy. So before the dead stop dying it’s best to do your research very thoroughly on the subject matter known as Zombism. Read every book. Study every website. Watch every movie. Remember though when it comes to zombie films the subject material is fictionalized, which gives […] More

  • From Hell They Came: Part Five

    Dan, Ricky, and Alisha made their way a bit further into the city. As much as Alisha would have preferred to get back on the road, she understood that Dan and Ricky had a responsibility to their community to get more supplies and if she wanted to go back with them, she’d have to tag […] More

  • Summer trouble, June 18, 1990

    I am four years old chunky, with a short natural curly hair cut, my ears are curve from the center of my earlobes. I wear a red long sleeve shirt, blue jeans always smiling.  My mama is wearing a long navy blue dress with tan high heel sandals, with braided tan straps gift wrap high […] More

  • From Hell They Came: Part One

    The shotgun shell burst through the back of the zombie’s half rotted skull, spilling it’s mutated brains all over the hot pavement. Before the zombie could hit the ground Alisha’s arm was already in full swing, bringing down her spiked bat onto the head of a second undead attacker. Thick, cold blood splattered over her. […] More

  • The Coffin in the Reeds

    Lightning flashed and thunder crashed, shaking the very foundations of the little farmhouse. Inside, twelve year old Tommy Watkins shook under the covers of his bed as if they offered sanctuary from the raging storm. “That was a big one,” he muttered through chattering teeth. He stroked the golden fur of his dog as it […] More

  • The Beauty of Zombies

    Venus Justus was an ugly duckling throughout grade school, but she didn’t turn into a swan. No, she grew up to become something much more valuable: a duck that didn’t give a shit. Ironically, Venus’ parents named her after the goddess of beauty, but with her beak nose, weak chin, and mousy hair, Venus was anything but […] More

  • 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

  • The final chapter

    The outside of the warehouse is grim dark with the structures being covered by the grim dark dusk while there is not a moon in the sky. We all come to see that the entrance to the warehouse is being barricaded by three U.S army dark grey gunner cars. “Stand down stand down, they are […] More

  • 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

  • The Virus

    It was a beautiful day. The temperature was somewhere in the mid-seventies, the humidity was low, and the sun gleamed radiantly in a sky that seemed to get more blue with every day that had passed since the dead collectively decided they were no longer going to stay all the way dead. Mike had always […] More

  • Simplex Z, The Beginning

    The first outbreak of Legba Simplex Z was recorded in 2036. Scientist had thought that it was a new strand of leprosy, but when the patients started to gnaw on the nurses. They had to re-evaluate their diagnosis. Thousands of victims were lost to the Simplex Z virus, and by 2046 the world had went […] More

  • 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

  • The Hunger

    After Z-Day hit things changed. Life got harder, but it became more precious. Things that used to matter like wealth, status, and race ceased to be of importance. Money didn’t buy your more time on this here green earth. Status didn’t stop scavengers from poaching your food. Ad Zombies didn’t care what color you were […] More