by Ryan Mecum
Genre: Comedy, Horror, Zombies
Inspiration: September Zombie Week
Description from book:
What you hold in your hands is a document from the early days of the zombie plague. Little is known about the author before his infection -- only that he was a poet. This facsimile of his actual journal recounts the events of humanity's darkest hours through the intimate poetry of haiku. Inside you'll find increasingly disjointed and terrifying three-line poems (all in the classic 5-7-5 syllable structure), and follow the undead poet on a journey through deserted streets and barricaded doors.
Experience every eye-popping, gut-wrenching, flesh-eating moment of the eventual downfall of the human race from the point of view of a zombie, and gain insight to help you survive--if you can.
Excerpt (pg 32):
One thing on my mind,
only one thing on my mind.
I'm going to eat you.
Loved this "cute" little book. It is filled with Western Haiku by a poet-turned-zombie's perspective. The pages are splattered with blood along with pictures and sketches and other visual goodies to make it truly zombie-ish. I didn't look too carefully at the pictures for fear of scaring myself too much.
Ryan will be featured in a guest post during September Zombies Week at the epic rat.