Steven L. Dyer has not received any gifts yet
It is dark until I strike a match on the side of the wall, illuminating two beautiful innocent eye's watching me light her candles. I reach over and flip on an old tape recorder that plays her favorite song. The sweet sounds of violins playing softly brings the whole moment together for her. It's been four years ago to the day when she took her first breath and now she is using that breath to blow out her birthday candles. "Happy Birthday sweet heart," I tell her. She looks up at me from…Continue
What a zombie virus would do to the brain
So maybe you've seen "Night of the Living Dead," read "World War Z," or can't wait for the return of the AMC show "The Walking Dead," but you probably don't know what differentiates the brains of humans and zombies.
First things first: How does the zombie disease infect its victims? Many stories in the genre talk about biting, but Schlozman's novel imagines a deliberately engineered virus whose particles can travel in the air and…
I have been really thinking and really comsumed by this whole thought of a zombie apocalypse idea. (Being a writer and a photographer I have to be.) What if this was true? What if it really happened? I was standing in the park enjoying the day. Watching people walk, kids play, old people holding hands and thought, what if everything just went to shit at that very moment? What if a few hundred Sprinters showed up grabbing kids and ripping the old apart. What would you do?…Continue