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Other than Chief Namakagon, no characters in this book represent actual individuals. Any similarity to real persons, either living or dead, is unintentional and coincidental. Unlike the text, all illustrations that follow are copyright free.


All writings in this ebook and in the softcover version of DARK are original and copyright 2012 by James A. Brakken. The images are public domain. They are not intended as illustrations for the poems and stories. Rather, they are intended to serve as visual relief. More information on the artists can be found at BadgerValley.com on the DARK webpage.


The author expresses sincere gratitude to the gifted authors in the Yarnspinners Chapter of the Wisconsin Writers Association for their steadfast support and creative counsel.


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Notes on James A. Brakken’s“The Zombie Apocalypse” series:

Following several gruesome 2012 murders in several U.S. cities where the suspects ate parts of the remains, Google® announced “zombie apocalypse” was their most-searched term in June. The author chose to begin a series of short stories designed to explain how a pandemic with attributes similar to zombie behavior could, in fact, happen. The theory is based on modern day, medical research in nano-robotics already successfully administrated into patients’ bloodstreams. The benefits of nano-biotics are clear. Risks, however, often accompany great scientific discoveries. The author prays the hypothesis suggested in his series will always remain fictitious. Future chapters of Brakken’s “Zombie Apocalypse” series will be offered through BadgerValley.com along with other writings.

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