Exhibit 314

Exhibit 314 : The Zombie in the Rye

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Mal has been having dreams about his late wife, Sally. The problem is she keeps eating him in those dreams, and it's starting to take a toll on him. At his doctor's suggestion, Mal starts writing in a journal in an attempt to regain some of his sanity. He lives on a farm in Kansas with several other survivors, who have turned it into a small, but fortified, community. It's stood against several zombie attacks and the people inside are quite proud of the place they call home. But everything changes when they put a zombie in the rye field to act as a scarecrow. Mal realizes that he never really lost Sally, not when he has someone new to talk to. The real question is just how far will he go to protect his new friend? Exhibit 314: The Zombie in the Rye is Mal's journal, which was recovered by the fictitious establishment "The Outbreak Institute and Archives," some 200 years in the future. Footnotes accompany the journal, making it a unique piece of fiction that ties together many genres. Equal parts psychological exploration, satire, and horror, Exhibit 314 delves deeply into the mind of a zombie apocalypse survivor. Warning: this exhibit contains strong language and graphic content.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 10mm | 200g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507618417
  • 9781507618417

About Margaret L Fisher

Margaret L. Fisher is a historian and librarian, specializing in Outbreak Era (OE) artifacts. She completed her apprenticeship at the College of Historic Preservation and is currently employed at the Outbreak Institute and Archives as Head Archivist. More seriously, she has a BA and MLIS and lives in Iowa.show more