Thursday, August 26, 2010

Three Zombies & a Demon

This is a collection of 4 One Act plays adapted by Roy C. Booth from four short stories originally published in Necrotic Tissue magazine. It is available for sale now at for $11.95 (plus S&H) and will soon be on Amazon and B&

The original short stories are:
Bloodsuckers by Steve Barber (Issue #6)
How To Make a Brain Soufflé by Justin Pilon (Issue #7)
Tenure by Eric R. Lowther (Issue #7)
With Good Intentions by Nicky Drayden (Issue #7)

Here is what people are saying:

A playwright with a butcher knife, Roy C. Booth outwits the living in Three Zombies & a Demon. Cunning, brutal and wickedly amusing, even in the X Circle of Hell. - S.D. Hintz, author of Blood Orchard

...Mr. Booth has one sick sense of humor... The play-adapted stories in this collection will make you smile, and cringe.... Roy has taken the souls of these stories and melded his signature wit and dark humor seamlessly. - R. Thomas Riley, author of The Monster Within Idea

1 comment:

  1. As a writer it's a little nerve wracking wondering what somebody's going to do with your baby. Should I have released the rights? Will he screw it up? What if I don't like what he comes up with? Then you get the check and you stop worrying about it.

    Okay, not exactly. But I gotta tell you, when you get the check and then get to read what a good playwright has done with your story, it's a real kick. Roy C. Booth did that for my short story, Bloodsuckers, and I loved his take on the others as well.

    From the cover (which kicks ass) to the end, it's a great read. And I would love to see these played out in a theater.

    Kudos and much appreciation to Mr. Booth and to Scott for giving this different medium a shot.

    Steve Barber