Walter Jon Williams speaks his mind.
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posted by dubjay at 1:43 PM
There is no work of fiction, ever, that would not be improved by the addition of zombies.
Ty, Charley and the Chocolate Factory would be quite disturbing with zombies. Think of them drooling on all the candy. Zombies might make the Sound of Music tolerable.
"Well I say, “because it’s there…and because antiquated copyright laws let me.”I think he means venerable copyright laws.
Walter, you don't list an email address here (understandable) so I'm posting off-topic to point you to a carnival (collection of best blog posts on a subject) that you might enjoy:Carnival of the Arid
Thanks, Zora! Cool pictures!With Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, you have the question of whether the zombies are people-zombies or Oompa Loompa-zombies. If the latter, it's very scary indeed. (Deep Roy wants to eat your brains! Aieeeee!
What Ty said
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