Friday, February 12, 2010

Another Guide to Zombie Lit


Blogger E.Pollarine said...

fairly good overview of some of the more well known books out there- though I see no discussion from the author on how "Zombies" have the potential to be a truly "Literary" form of horror-

10:18 PM  
Blogger KPaffenroth said...

excellent point. I think "literary" right now just means "zombies added to a famous story." I think it'll evolve past that in the near future.

10:21 PM  
Blogger E.Pollarine said...

it has the potential for sure-seems like you and a large group of writers out there are pushing the "Zombie" genre forward- It is my sincere hope to one day write or read a zombie story that has the same cultural impact as Camus- The Stranger-

9:19 AM  
Blogger E.Pollarine said...

I don't know if I really see the cultural significance of a book being "Hacked" like a computer - IE- Sense and Sensibility and sea monsters- I understand the point- its all very "Postmodern" which I am beginning to think is a catch phrase for "unoriginal" but I hope that sort of thing passes away and serious genre fiction writers emerge.

9:22 AM  

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