Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Chantal Boudreau and Zombie Lockdown

We're in week 2 of our features on Chantal Bourdreau.Today, she talks about her story in the anthology, Zombie: Lockdown.  Anthologies are a great way to get introduced to new writers, btw.  Don't overlook them!

Summary:  Prisons are supposed to keep the people on the outside safe. When the dead walk, the very structures that protect society may become fortresses that protect those on the inside from the rest of the world... But... Can there really be any safe place when the dead seek to devour the living? And what happens when there is nobody left to turn the key? Will a slow, agonizing death from starvation be preferable to taking one's chances with the undead? There may be no place left to run after ZOMBIE: Lockdown.

Chantal on her story:  My most recent zombie short story publication was in Zombie Lockdown from May December Publications. All of the stories in the anthology involve zombies and incarceration. My story "Life and Undeath on the Chain Gang" is set in the South during railway and road construction when prisoners were being used as laborers in the chain gangs - only this is an alternate version of history with a zombie twist.

Get it on Amazon:  http://www.amazon.com/ZOMBIE-Lockdown-Chantal-Boudreau/dp/1936730782

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