Cimarron Street Books is pleased to exhume David J. Schow's collection ZOMBIE JAM in an all-new expanded edition, with even more illustrations by the best damned zombie artist around, the justly famous Bernie Wrightson!
Zombie fiction is . . . well, dead.
Want to know what it was like when it still had a heartbeat?
Voila ― ZOMBIE JAM has finally crawled from its mouldering grave and landed right in your eager hands. Collected here are David J. Schow’s groundbreaking (heh), genre-bending short stories of the Zombie Apocalypse, before, during, and after. Included is “Jerry’s Kids Meet Wormboy,” probably the single greatest zombie story of all time ― and we dug up its original, longer, unexpurgated form.
Here's what the critics have said about ZOMBIE JAM:
- DarkEcho calls ZOMBIE JAM “a retrospective of Schow’s vivid zombie phase. No one else has ever done zombies exactly his way.”
- Booklist called the collection “ghoulish fun!”
- Publisher’s Weekly added: “Thanks to bouncy prose and an incisive wit, Schow makes even the outrageous and grisly morsels of Grand Guignol seem palatable.”
- Sarah Meador of Rambles called it “the perfect testament to the horror of these voiceless eating machines . . . Even if you’ve read all the stories of ZOMBIE JAM in original release ― and you’re probably lying if you say you have ― you need this book.”
Order your copy today!
Zombie Jam by David J. Schow
Publication Date: October 23, 2020
Suggested Retail Price: $14.95
Trade Paperback - 277 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
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Take a sneak peek inside the book: