The New Zeitgeist: A Tale from the Zombie Apocalypse

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Zombies. Survival. Music. Revolution.

This is The New Zeitgeist: A Tale from the Zombie Apocalypse.

Designed to be read in a single sitting, the 16,000 word novella chronicles the origin story of Ray Bukowski, a fictional songwriter who spends the zombie apocalypse trapped inside a New York City recording studio. More
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Words: 15,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301125852
About Eric Kiefer

Eric Kiefer is an award-winning wordsmith, a modern-day troubadour and a 15-year factotum.

Apparently, the dude has a way with words. His debut novel “The Soft Exile” was named as one of the “Books We Loved in 2012” by the East Bay Express, and his journalism has won commendations that include half a dozen New Jersey Press Association awards and a New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists award.

He has written for the North Jersey Media Group, Patch.com, The London Sunday Times, Listverse.com and Fiction Vortex, as well as on many bathroom walls across America.

Kiefer is also a unique and entertaining musician who specializes in a one-man-band, singer-songwriter style of performance. He’s appeared at various events, bars and venues such as The Crossroads in New Jersey, the Purple Moon Pub in Vermont, the Red Light Café in Atlanta and the First Rutherford Anti War Rally.

Kiefer’s discography includes his funk-folk tinged debut album, “The Spectre and the Dozer,” as well as the full-length zombie concept album, “The New Zeitgeist: Songs From The Zombie Apocalypse” and its accompanying e-book, “The New Zeitgeist: A Tale From The Zombie Apocalypse.”

Kiefer’s additional projects include his poetry/music mashup, “Spoken Word For The Doomed.”

The wordsmith and troubadour is equally as proud of more than a decade of blue-collar work experience, which includes jobs at almost a dozen local gas stations, fast food joints and supermarkets, as well as gigs as a mall Christmas elf, a highway road flagger, a kennel attendant and a pancake-house waiter.

Learn more about the artist and download free samples/photos at www.TheKiefer.com.

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Review by: William Akin III on Aug. 21, 2014 :
Great angle
(review of free book)

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