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October 26, 2011  Announcements   

We here at TotZW are considering publishing an ink-and-paper tome collecting some of the best work on the site. Please vote for your favorite story or poem on Tales of the Zombie War in the comments on this post, or on our Facebook poll.






    Comment by FRANK on October 26, 2011 @ 11:32 am

  2. I vote for the Dredging up memories by AJ Brown. Ur site is the bomb!!!

    Comment by Penny S. Mariotti on October 26, 2011 @ 1:57 pm

  3. One of my all time favourites has to be HIGH WIRE by Ben Grove.
    Followed closly by ISLANDS by Pete.
    I think any printed work would need to have stand-alone stories only.

    Comment by Nick Lloyd on October 26, 2011 @ 2:36 pm

  4. Oh I’ll have to have a good look tonight when I’m home from work, but High Wire would get my vote. Its still my favourite story on the site.

    Comment by Pete Bevan on October 27, 2011 @ 1:51 am

  5. My favorite is An Open Letter To World War Z by Pete and I love the story by Belinda Frisch, which I can’t think of the name at the moment.

    Comment by AJ Brown on October 28, 2011 @ 7:31 am

  6. The story by Belinda Frisch is titled Cure.

    Comment by AJ Brown on October 28, 2011 @ 7:32 am

  7. islands – pete bevan
    (infact all the contest winners are publishing material)

    Comment by joseph on October 28, 2011 @ 7:49 am

  8. When I read this post, the first couple of stories that leapt to mind were Pete Bevan’s stories as well. But all my favorites of his have already been mentioned, so I thought, with apologies to Pete, that I’d do an OTB (Other Than Bevan) list for some of my other favorites on this list. My nominations:
    JOHN, by Andrew Mogg- good solid military/zombie stuff, really liked it. THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD by Barret Shumaker, a quietly touching story, and COMFORT FOOD by Kevin White, a very quietly creepy little horror tale.

    Comment by T.J. McFadden on October 29, 2011 @ 2:17 pm

  9. My picks are the ones that resonated with me in one way or another.
    Radio Zombie Free Denver by Patrick M. Tracy
    In The Hour of Our Death by S.E. Ward
    That Hokey, Oft-Quoted Line by Christine Hill
    After School Special by James F. Reilly
    Balloons by Tom Hamilton
    Delivery 404 by Stephen M. Dare
    Rural Dead by Bret Hammond
    Black Cats and Hungry Ghosts by Natalie L. Sin
    One Eyed Man by T.J. McFadden
    Sweet Like Maple Sugar by Jeffrey DeRego
    Un-Life In a Small Town by David M. Youngquist
    Amongst The Dead by Davis Bernstein
    Those Who Fall In Silence by Patrick M. Tracy
    Leaving Liminality by Pete Bevan
    Transmission by Nick Lloyd
    Islands by Pete Bevan
    Bees Do It by Jeffrey DeRego
    The Designated Hitters Lament by Vincent L. Cleaver
    Click. by Kevin Fortune
    Everybody But Lazarus – Living Dead Girl by Kellye Parish
    John by Andrew Mogg
    Father-Son Time by T.J. McFadden
    Dredging Up Memories by A.J. Brown
    Needles by Kevin Fortune
    I, Zombie by A.E. Steve
    Crossing The Bridge by Steve Moody
    Running On Ahead by Chuck Von Nordheim
    Folly Of The Dead by Kevin Fortune
    Whack-A-Zombie by Leo Godin
    I mostly put these in order from Oldest to most recent. Some authors have more than one story on this site so I picked the ones i liked the most of all their work. I sort of had to leave out the serial stories (with a few exceptions) because to get the overall effect of the series you would need to print the whole thing. But, with that in mind, there’s nothing to stop you from printing a few more in the future 🙂

    Comment by BarrettS on October 30, 2011 @ 4:05 pm

  10. I thought Sleeping Beauty was a horrible and touching tale….especially if you’re both a parent AND someone who imagines a Zombie-fied world, and what that would really mean for us.

    Comment by HalfBakedMcBride on November 2, 2011 @ 11:01 am

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