Dangermouse had the pleasure of interviewing a legend of zombie movies, Judith O’Dea, the original Barbra from “Night of the Living Dead.” Let’s see what she had to say!
ZWN is proud to present our first Forgotten Realms author, Richard Lee Byers, perhaps best known for his novels series The Year of Rogue Dragons, the Haunted Lands, Sembia and The Brotherhood of the Griffon, as well as author of several other fantasy and horror genre books that take place in the world of Magic: the Gathering, Michael Moorcock’s Eternal Champion multiverse, the world of Warhammer, etc.
Rob Sacchetto is a freelance illustrator, painter, and visual artist who has worked in a variety of mediums including film, television, comic books and concept design. He has 2 illustrated books out and more on the way. He also provides the artwork for the popular website www.zombieportraits.com. He lives in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.
Steve Mockus is a San Francisco based writer and the world’s first zombie translator, well actually he’s probably the worlds only zombie translator. Steve enjoys writing, reading, hiking and socializing with zombies.
Dangermouse interviews Roger Ma, author of the Zombie Combat Manual.
Marcel “Dangermouse” Sarfati and Michael “Zomblog” Funk traveled out to Dark Delicacies in Burbank and sat down with Max Brooks, (Author of The Zombie Survival Guide, World War Z, and The Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks). You can watch both parts of the interview below. Due to the sound on the video, Dangermouse took some time to transcribe the interview. Enjoy!
Joe Schreiber resides in Hershey, Pennsylvania and is a midnight shift MRI Technician and novelist primarily of the Horror genre. He is best known as the author of Chasing The Dead (2006) and Eat The Dark (2007) from Ballantine/Del Rey. Death Troopers, is his standalone Star Wars horror novel for Lucasfilm, but another one will be out in 2010. His most recent novel, a ghost mystery none-the-less is called No Doors, No Window. He also has written novels based on the TV show Supernatural and has a new novel coming out in 2010 called Supernatural: The Unholy Cause.
Dangermouse interviews Michael P. Spradlin, author of “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies: A Book of Zombie Christmas Carols”.
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)
Stacey Jay is the author of teen fiction books: “You Are So Undead to Me” and the upcoming “Undead Much?” and “My So-Called Death”. She has four kids and a husband, she loves to write and is very hyper. She has a dark sense of humor, loves zombies and all manner of creepy stuff, but she likes unicorns and romance too.