Zombie Author Flash! A Zombie Memory From Brian Pinkerton


A favorite zombie memory.

Carl Kolchak confronts a sleeping zombie in the back of a hearse in an auto junkyard. To undo the voodoo, he must pour salt down its throat and sew the mouth shut. Kolchak successfully fills the mouth with salt then positions a needle under its lips.

The zombie opens its eyes.

Brian Pinkerton is the author of the zombie novel How I Started the Apocalypse.

In this author flash, Pinkerton describes the second episode of Kolchak: The Night Stalker.

Brian Pinkerton wants readers to know: "I am finishing up the sequel to How I Started the Apocalypse!"

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A Zombie Author Flash is exactly 55 words long. It may be factual, creative, or a “flash-fiction” story. Ideally, the author flash will represent something essential or unique about the zombie author. Jule welcomes contributions from zombie authors or their reps. Original work from any of the zombie authors will be greeted with squeals of delight and published faster than you can say "zombie apocalypse."

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