Underpants of the Dead
On a particularly odd day in the seemingly bucolic burg of Oslome,
Ohio, the undead suddenly attacked.
When things got weirder we were left to wonder: Who or what was to
blame for the plague? Why do zombies eat people? Can the balance of
the universe really be upset by a pile of unplanted peonies or a
smelly argyle sock?
These questions and more will be further convoluted as we follow
those trying to survive the onslaught-and one another-all while
wondering about one final question: Why anyone would call a
UNDERPANTS OF THE DEAD?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
A.J. Redaumar made her first foray into the literary world in
1988, covertly penning scripts during the writer's strike for the
short lived daytime drama "One Life to Fritter." By 1999,
disenchanted and broke from investing her lifesavings in Cloris
Leachman skin cream stock, Ms. Redaumar enjoyed a startling
comeback when her one-woman show, inspired by the career of GG
Allin, "Catty Wampus, " debuted at the Saving Grace Playhouse in
Wichita, Kansas, for an unprecedented six-week run.
Reclusive since the infamous 2001 onstage meltdown/breakup of her
all-girl Oy band, "Belching p Meat, " Ms. Redaumar's Internet
presence (screen name "AllisonChains") can be found on the British
fan blogs "Don't Hate: Friends of Spandau Ballet" and "U.F.O.s Are
Causing Global Warming," as well as on her own Wikipedia page,
where she is a prolific contributor. Despite reported online rumors
of her being spotted scalping Hannah Montana tickets, her current
whereabouts remain unknown.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR'S ""ANCILLARY PROXIES: ""
Bob Hinton and C.W. Prather serve as A.J. Redaumar's "ancillary
proxies." What we think this means is that they are Ms. Redaumar's
official "bitches." Contractual stipulations prevent DarkHart Press
from saying much more, but suffice it to say we are (legally)
keeping an eye on them . . . a very sharp and keenly-focused eye.
Bob Hinton, as his alter-ego "A. Ghastlee Ghoul," has been a
television horror host in Dayton, Ohio for over 20 years. His
checkered resume includes writing, music, stand-up comedy, event
organizing, Internet radio and lying about on the couch.
C.W. Prather is a writer and filmmaker, as well as founder of
"Spooky Movie-The Washington, D.C. International Horror Film
Festival." He and Bob spend an obscene about of time discussing
zombies, squirrels, television horror hosts and Ken Kish.
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