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SCARED OF NOTHING By Peter Nolan Smith on Kindle Books

In 1958 my mother served canned beets for Halloween. My older brother, sister, and I had to finish them before going on our trick or treat rounds through our suburban neighborhood in Falmouth Foresides, Maine. I forced them down with difficulty. Later that evening I ate four Mars Bars. I upchucked purple, proving beets and […]

Zombie Texters Alert

I work at a diamond store on West 57th Street. This morning I counted the number of people with a cellphone in their hand. 60%. 30% of them had their eyes glued to the screen. Lost to the world. I have an old flip phone. I can’t do anything with it other than text and […]

ZOMBIES IN MY DREAMS by Peter Nolan Smith

Pattaya iswasnot Venice and certainly no one on the Coasta del Crime pretended to be a reincarnated Thomas Mann writing a Thai version of TO DIE IN VENICE. At least no one I knew, however plenty of farangs and Thais died in the Last Babylon. Many of natural causes. Some by misadventure. Dying is what makes us the […]

Go ZomBs

Faced with elimination by the Toronto Maple Leafs the Bruins rallied from a 4-1 deficit in the third period of the seventh game. I counted them out, but continued to listen to the WBZ broadcast to hear the ZomBs rise from the grave to score three goals to tie the game and then win the […]

Zombies on the Highline

They are everywhere. Photo by Jorge Socarrás He lived while others dined.