Film buffs have George Romero. TV nerds have "The Walking Dead". Fiction fans have World War Z. Now, a cross-section of some of the best contemporary poets from the stage and the page rise up and shamble their way through an anthology of post-apocalyptic zombie poetry edited by Write Bloody author and GeekWeek.com personality Rob "Ratpack Slim" Sturma. Funny, creepy, shocking, and even poignant, this collection challenges award winning authors like Scott Woods, Laura Yes Yes, and Khary Jackson to shake the dust off of old conventions, pull the triggers on their imaginations, and...Aim For The Head.
Rob gives an overview of the book:
Rob Sturma is a poet and promoter dedicated to keeping the medium of poetry alive and vibrant. His first full-length collection, Miles of Hallelujah, was pubished in 2009 by Write Bloody Publishing, and he edited an anthology of zombie-themed poetry, Aim For The Head, that...