The Courtesy and Kindness of Zombies

From the pale-lit hallway, Jeff could hear his date bustling inside her apartment for half a minute before he knocked again and she opened the door. She was beautiful, small and slim, with dark hair and straight-across bangs, nicely modest- chested. Her brown eyes called out with long lashes against the deathly pallor of her ash-white...
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Brian Lott

Brian Lott was born in Houston, Texas in 1973, and has since lived throughout the South. He graduated from Florida State University in 1996. His writing career includes time as an associate producer in TV news, a product information writer at the Home Shopping Network and a senior communications coordinator for a Florida electric company. He lives in Tampa with his wife and daughter.

Joshua Mowgli

Joshua Mowgli, a New York native stuck in Colorado, is a fine arts illustration major who is apprenticing at a tattoo studio in Broomfield, CO. He believes that books, coffee, and art are all that are needed in life. You can check out his art on Instagram or Facebook under the handle “jedi_mowgli”.

First Featured In: No. 3, winter 2015

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