Tag: zombie

  • Zombie: The Incident at Bloody Rock – Four

    Four I’d never been able to sleep on those big jumbo jets.  I don’t know what it was about them.  Maybe it was because they flew so high up.  I remember one time I flew redeye to Dulles from San Francisco in a 747 and didn’t sleep a wink.  Then we flew from Dulles to […]

  • Zombie: The Incident at Bloody Rock – Three

    Three Once the second disc popped out, we shut off the computer and sat in silence.  No more was spoken of the doctor’s experience, or my brother’s lack of bloodlust.  We listened for any sign of movement. Clive peeked through the blinds; but he couldn’t see anything.  Dr. Robertson took the point as I cracked […]

  • Zombie: The Incident at Bloody Rock – Two

    Two When I walked in, the lobby was empty, the lights were on low.  It was a lot warmer than outside, almost uncomfortable.  Some of the lights were on in the banquet hall.  It didn’t look like they had finished cleaning.  In the center of a room, there was a lone chair, overturned.  I walked […]

  • Zombie: The Incident at Bloody Rock – One

    One As I was setting the tents up and dad was wrestling with equipment, I looked around.  The place was quiet.  Peaceful.  People were milling around, talking with each other.  All of them were smiling.  As I panned the place, a few people nodded at me and I felt obliged to nod back, ever so […]

  • Zombie: The Incident at Bloody Rock – Prologue

    Prologue It was November. My dad and I were in some place about forty minutes north-east of Enterprise, California; inside the Mendocino Forest.  We’d driven nearly three and half hours up the 101 from Treasure Island, where we lived.  Then we turned onto some poorly paved road and went further on.  The road led us […]

  • Zombie: The Incident At Bloody Rock – Forewords

    This is a story about the cure for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus; coupled with a mysterious enzymatic (bioenhancer) package, which became the catalyst for a zombie apocalypse. It’s got all the trappings of legit psuedo-science; plus some dark-corporate-money influence!

  • Keeping the Design Fresh & Adding Functionality

    Keeping the Design FreshAdding Functionality I’ve been performing some copy editing, graphic art production, and user experience design, to make the website more user-friendly. Also because images can convey information in a way that is not as readily available as print. I try to make sure to optimize for both Desktop and Mobile views. If […]

  • AlamedaNativeArt.com Series Schedules Announced

    AlamedaNativeArt.com has several, concurrent, series and galleries being published right now. Here’s a break-down of what you can expect.