SOYLENT GREEN is just as good now as it was in 1973 and if you never seen it, boy are you in for an experience. Environmental collapse is my least favorite form of apocalypse (as a writer of apocalyptic fiction), probably because it’s the one that’s most likely to actually kill us all. Click the image below to see the opening titles at YouTube.
“All’s quiet on the surface”: a series of artistic photos taken on Blue Ridge Mountain near the entrance of the Mount Weather continuity of government 600,000-sq.ft. underground bunker.
This is where our government is supposed to go during a major attack (or zombie apocalypse).
Horror website 28DaysLaterAnalysis.com reviews TOOTH AND NAIL and says: “There is something magical that happens while reading Craig DiLouie’s TOOTH AND NAIL. Worries fall to the wayside, the trigger finger begins to twitch, the heart races, and the imagination focuses on a darker, more exciting, rage-filled world.”
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There was nothing, just the cold, and the dog. Welcome to the world of WHITE, a beautiful new post-apocalyptic short.
“If you’re a lover of zombie fiction in any way, shape or form, I urge you to pick up TOOTH AND NAIL by Craig DiLouie … I can’t recommend TOOTH AND NAIL highly enough. It’s a truly unique and refreshingly different approach to a familiar story which works on many levels.” – David Moody, author of HATER, DOG BLOOD and AUTUMN
Check out the complete review here.
Thrilled to be able to announce that my short story, “A Tornado in Time,” has been accepted by editor Lane Adamson for Permuted Press’ new time travel anthology TIMES OF TROUBLE.
Editor Lane Adamson calls it “a temporal Butterfly Effect story taken to its extreme conclusion–and nothing even remotely like the classic Bradbury story with a similar conceit; Craig touches emotional chords that will resonate loing after you’ve finished reading.”
Glad to be a part of this great anthology.