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Coffin-Table Book Joy: A Review of Zombies! An Illustrated History of the Undead, by Jovanka Vuckovic

If you want to be prepared when World War Z finally kicks off—or if you’re wondering the best way to repurpose a lawnmower when your house is invaded by the living dead—then you need to make one new addition to … Continue reading

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Darkness under the Midnight Sun: A Review of The Secret Journeys of Jack London, by Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon

“There are strange things done in the midnight sun / By the men who moil for gold,” begins Robert Service’s 1907 gold-rush poem “The Cremation of Sam McGee.” But even the unusual doings of Service’s poem didn’t foreshadow the eerie … Continue reading

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