Monday, November 26, 2007

HISTORY IS DEAD (zombie anthology) edited by Dr. Kim Paffenroth now available!

Join Bram Stoker Award-winner Dr. Kim Paffenroth on his journey to discover the secret history of the living dead... History Is Dead includes pre-20th century zombie tales from Bram Stoker Award-winner Jonathan Maberry, Scott A. Johnson, Joe McKinney, Derek Gunn, and many others.

Available for purchase now from many stores including:

* Permuted Press - Free shipping on any 2 or more books!
* Amazon US
* Amazon UK
* Amazon Canada (coming soon!)
* Barnes & Noble
* Many Others

"History Is Dead is a violent and bloody tour through the ages. Paffenroth has assembled a vicious timeline chronicling the rise of the undead that is simultaneously mindnumbingly savage and thought provoking."
—Michael McBride, author of the God's End trilogy and The Infected

About History Is Dead:
Our team of crack historians has uncovered the truth you never learned in school: the living dead have walked among us since the dawn of time. In this collection of gruesome tales from throughout the ages, the ravenous undead shamble through bloody battlefields, plague-ridden cities, genteel country estates, and dusty frontier towns. They emerge from foggy cemeteries, frozen barrows, loamy bogs, cursed mines, and gore-spattered operating rooms to prey on the living.

But these zombies don't just eat people. They help painters and writers save their faltering careers. They unwittingly push humankind on the quest for fire. They topple evil capitalists and their corporate empires. They fight crime. They fall in love.

Join us on a journey into our zombie-filled past... Neither history nor the living dead have ever been this interesting!

Includes freshly excavated tales from:

* Jonathan Maberry
* Scott Johnson
* Joe McKinney
* Derek Gunn
* Christine Morgan
* David Dunwoody
* Leila Eadie
* Jenny Ashford
* James Roy Daley
* Linda Donahue
* Juleigh Howard-Hobson
* Richard D. Moore
* John Peel
* Patrick Rutigliano
* Paula Stiles
* Rebecca Brock
* Douglas Hutcheson
* Carole Lanham
* Ed Turner
* Raoul Wainscoting

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