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W. Bill Czolgosz

W. Bill Czolgosz has written fewer books than Mark Twain, and none of them nearly as competently. His own personal favorite is Eat @t Zero’s, published by Coscom Entertainment in 2005 and currently out of print. His latest project is a graphic novel called Zombifrieze, illustrated by Sean Simmans, a frequent collaborator.

Czolgosz lives in Proud Lake, Saskatchewan, with his two children and three cats, just a mile down the street from his on-again/off-again ladyfriend, who has not yet called the police.

He can be contacted by the angry, the insane, the melancholy, and the desperate at wbczolgosz@gmail.com
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The dead arise from a mutant strain of TB, causing a son to flee from his undead father and embark on a long journey with his dearest, deadest friend.
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