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Zombie Law School and ZRC Updates

| February 1, 2014

I have started the second semester of my second year at law school, and am busy learning things to advance the cause of Zombie Rights (I hope). I have taken all my required Constitutional Law classes, which are of obvious import, but everything could have implications for the Differently Animated, at least to my so-far-relatively-inexperienced [...]

Kickstarter for Napoleonic Age Zombie Adventure?

| August 22, 2012

I have to admit to a general ignorance of the historical fiction genre. There have been quite a few period Zombie stories of late, but most are copying the ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ trend and consist of mashups of varying amounts of original writing splashed in amongst public-domain classics. Which was an original idea.. [...]

‘Brains for the Zombie Soul’, the ZRC-Approved New Work From Michelle Hartz

| March 16, 2012

The Zombie Rights Campaign is particularly proud of the solid working relationships that we have fostered over the years with artists, filmmakers, bloggers, journalists and authors, all in an attempt to promote a more Zombie Friendly and enlightened view of the Undead Community, both here and abroad. One of the most fruitful of these relationships [...]

Script Frenzy Challenge from Michelle Hartz Accepted

| March 2, 2012

Oh really? After a narrow defeat in NanoWriMo ZRC pal Michelle Hartz has laid down the gauntlet to challenge the Zombie Rights Campaign to another month of writing furiously: Michelle says: March 2, 2012 at 9:17 am (Edit) Yeah, yeah, yeah. I said you’d have a better chance of beating me at Fitocracy than NaNoWriMo. [...]

‘Z Magazine’, a Magazine Written BY Zombies, For Zombies? Well, Kind of…

| February 28, 2012

We’ve been trying to advance a Zombie Friendly perspective here for some time at the ZRC, imagining, and of course working toward, a more integrated, peaceful future for both the Living and the Undead. And of course, since we live in a consumer-oriented, capitalist society, that will undoubtedly involve marketing and selling products FOR Zombies. [...]

Sad ZombieWriMo Story Reminds Us of the Perils of Irresponsible Necromancy

| November 8, 2011

As it happens, I’m not the only one battling Michelle Hartz for the soul of ZombieWriMo, and a very good short story entitled ‘The Living Corpse, posted online recently, helps to illustrate the harrowing perils of irresponsible, reckless necromancy. I suggest you all read it and keep these issues in mind when considering the use [...]

ZombieWriMo Update

| November 8, 2011

I keep forgetting to post this, but for those of you involved in NanoWriMo, you can easily see my progress at this link. As of right now, I am at 9992 words and settling in for a bit of late night writing. It’s Zombie Friendly, I promise.

Can’t Anyone Read Anymore? H.P. Lovecraft Edition

| November 7, 2011

Even though this is ZombieWriMo month and I’m slaving away to try and catch Michelle Hartz (Imagine me saying it like Kirk in ‘Wrath of Khan’: HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRTZZZZZZZZZ’) I still follow the news feeds and look into leads from Twitter. Sometimes, the stupid, it burns. Case in point, where one of those random question/answer columnists fields [...]

ZombieWriMo Update

| November 3, 2011

Got up to 2048 words last night! Too bad they’re terrible, heh.


| November 2, 2011

ZRC pal and author Michelle Hartz (we reviewed her novel ‘Helpless’ here) is a big proponent of NanoWriMo and after some thinking about it (and technically wasting the first day of November) I’ve decided to sign on and write a work of Zombie Friendly fiction.. which will probably be so awful that I end up [...]