In which the Zombie Radio DJ intends to talk about the glory of Springtime, but dives deep into the muck and mire of cannibalism.  

Cannibal Spring





In which the Zombie Radio DJ speaks to the crushing loneliness of space and the apocalypse.  

We Are The Lonely


In which the Zombie Radio DJ comes across a memo, written by zombies, that might change the world!  

The Memo


In which the Zombie Radio DJ laments the inability to crank it all up to eleven!  

Bring The Noise



In which the Zombie Radio DJ rails on a “food bank” shutting down.  

Shut It Down


In which the DJ discovers one particular seasonal Achilles of the zombie … and how to make a sport of it.  

Zombie Hockey


In which the Zombie Radio DJ laments the double-whammy of facing the cold and the undead.  

Post Apocalyptic Cold



In which the Zombie Radio DJ reminds us all to have a bit of resolve for the coming New Year (and how we can make meaning from what could be the meaningless).  

New Years Resolve






In which the Zombie Radio DJ is possessed by the spirit of a British Zombie.  

The Brit Zombie


In which the Zombie Radio DJ catches a zombie staring at her phone.  

Zombie On A Phone



In which the Zombie Radio DJ finds a few somethings to be thankful for, even in the midst of the apocalypse.  

Being Thankful



In which the DJ is possessed by an odd little British man to talk about how dating is as bad as the apocalypse.  

Dating and the Apocalypse



In which the ZombieRadio DJ reads Sylvia Plath’s, “The Tub” (and plugs a particular book that would be a perfect Halloween read). Mu. Ha. Ha.  

A Little Horror Poetry for Halloween


In which the Zombie Radio DJ reminds us all that maybe the simple life is exactly what we need at the moment.  

Nom The Simple Life