The Great American Zombie Novel, part two

This post was written by Friday guest blogger Annie Reid.

As though part one were not enough, really. Good taste demands a modicum of restraint. But restraint would belong to another blog, at least on Fridays. Readers suggest more names for the Great American Zombie Novel (Try it yourself. You too will discover – it’s quite hard to stop once you begin to indulge yourself):

Reader Karen suggests:

  • All the Pretty Zombies
  • Zombie Jones
  • A Thousand Zombies
  • Zombies Fall Apart
  • We Need to Talk about Zombies
  • Do we ever, reader Karen! Jimmy suggests “The Dead Also Rises”, while Kristina seems to be reading “Wuthering Zombies.”

    Reader Hayden had a shocking string of inspiration:

  • If On A Winter’s Night A Zombie
  • As I Rise, Undead, Shortly After Dying
  • The Zombification Of Lot 49
  • The Zombiegoer
  • Let Us Now Praise Zombified Men
  • Let Us Now Feast On Famous Men’s Brains
  • Me Talk Zombie One Day
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead
  • Franny And Zombey
  • Radical Chic and Mau-mauing the Brain Eaters
  • A Good Zombie Is Hard to Find
  • A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Zombie
  • Thus Spake Zombathustra
  • Zombey And Son
  • And finally, Susan suggests some reading for the little ones:

  • Little Zombies
  • The Zombie, the Witch and the Wardrobe
  • Charlie and the Zombie Factory
  • We now return to your regularly scheduled blog.


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