Zombie Gras

In New Orleans, a zombie outbreak brings carnival carnage, Mardi Gras mayhem, and zombies on parade.

Following three survivors through the early days of the zombie apocalypse, Zombie Gras is a darkly humorous parable that chillingly parallels the strife wrought by Hurricane Katrina and champions the resilience of the city's spirit. More

Available formats: epub

Words: 15,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301659913
About Alisha Adkins

Alisha Adkins is a native of New Orleans and has also lived in Dallas, San Francisco, and Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. Alisha holds a master's degree in education and worked as a secondary English and history teacher for ten years before escaping the profession. She has also worked as a bartender, owned and operated an eBay Powerseller store, acted as a forum moderator for a popular online game, and worked as an educational consultant for a major publishing company. She is currently pursuing her dream of writing and quietly starving to death.
Written in 1998, Flesh Eaters was her first work of length. She maintains that writing it was her natural psychological response to teaching middle school.
Alisha Adkins is the author of Flesh Eaters, Making the Best of the Zombie Apocalypse, Daydreams of Seppuku, and Twisted Tales for Twisted Minds.

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