Contributor’s copies are fabulous. It’s a great feeling to hold a physical copy of your story, wrapped in the pages of a beautifully made book. Enter the Rebirth looks good, feels good and has that new book smell. It also happens to contain ‘The Zoo of All Things’, my post-apocalyptic story about a guy with epilepsy surviving his first day at work. Check it out here on Amazon or at TANSTAAFL Press.
There was a guy who worked at my local supermarket who never said a word. I always thought that he would have a really interesting story.
Sadly, both he and the local supermarket have long gone so I can’t ask him. What I did instead was write a story about how I thought his first day at a new job would be in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse.
Not so hard, right? Except that the zombie infection only takes super healthy people: the ones who get up at 4am to cross-train for two hours before refuelling with a kale, quinoa and protein booster smoothie. The ones who get to the gym twice a day and run ultramarathons. Can you imagine zombies with that level of fitness? If you can and you’d like to read about it, my story, ‘The Zoo of All Things’ will feature in the After the Rebirth anthology brought out by TANSTAAFL press in April this year. Would you survive the rebirth?