Stealing Propeller Hats From the Dead


by David James Keaton

ISBN: 978-1-943720-00-2

Pages: 256

Cover Art: George C. Cotronis

Jacket Art: Dyer Wilk

Interior Illustrations: Luke Spooner

Release Date: October 1, 2015


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A collection of horror fiction that’s both a love letter and a middle finger to the zombie saturation of our culture. It’s the backlash to the backlash, as zombies are finally unfashionable enough to be cool again. Inside, you will rehearse end-of-the-world scenarios with the staff of a tourist trap, follow an undead love triangle struggling to survive a tipping point of post-modern, pop-culture references, and enjoy one small apocalypse after another as the living continue to adapt to a new world of the dead, where they’ll finally discover who is hungrier. Don’t let these poor souls dine in vain.

A former resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the zombie capital of the world, David James Keaton once attempted a Zee Bee & Bee similar to the tragedy depicted within these pages. In real life, this get-rich-quick scheme also ended in disaster. He currently hides out in Louisville, Kentucky, where movie zombies first shouted “Brains!” Find him at


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