Quirk Classics is offering a 15% discount on all products through their Zazzle store now through December 31, 2010! Quirk, who brought you Pride & Prejudice & Zombies and Dawn of the Dreadfuls has a bunch of cool things in the store like posters, t-shirts, mugs, and mousepads.
The rising cost of surrogacy; looking towards zombie surrogates.
Max Brooks shares his personal rum selections.
So Cal Zombie Walk in Hollywood, CA on April 24, 2010.
It’s that time of year, the time where everyone must fill out a 10-question survey known as the U.S. Census. Every 10 years, the United States takes on the immeasurable task of counting everyone in the country, regardless of citizenship status. This official count includes residents of all ages, ethnic groups and races; if you’re here, you’re counted.
We’re aware of those tax evaders and pinko tree-hugging liberals in California, but now New York is up to no good? Tax Returns of the Living Dead may seem like a new video game but according to www.nbcnewyork.com 26 Bronx and Manhattan tax preparers used dead people to claim the bulk of about $95 million in refunds since 2001.
“Zombies In Love” is an art exhibition that runs from Feb 6th-Feb 22nd at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California.
Since October of 2004, Gallery Nucleus is open 7 days a week and strives to be a welcoming gathering place for the art loving community by offering quality art, art-related goods, and rarities. Focusing primarily on gallery exhibits, they have also had benefit auctions, product signings, music events, and artist lectures. Having exhibited both local artists and artists from abroad, and catering to an international customer base, they offer an extensive collection of original contemporary, illustrated, graphic, commercial, and narrative art. (from http://www.gallerynucleus.com)
The 8th West Hollywood Book Fair took place on Sunday October 4th. The fair is located in Hollywood Park just a few blocks from the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It was a great local event with over 400 authors and artists in attendance, as well as more than 100 different panels and book signings. They had live poetry, writing workshops, and fun stuff to keep the kids busy.
By 4:45pm on Saturday, October 17th, members of ZWN were on the Los Angeles subway, the Red Line to be exact and if being trapped on a subway full of strangers isn’t scary enough, imagine being trapped with a bunch of zombies.
Scott G. Browne is the author of Breathers, a dark comedy about life after undeath told from the perspective of a zombie. His second novel, Fated, is a dark, irreverent comedy about fate, destiny, and the consequences of getting involved in the lives of humans. (from SG Browne’s website bio)