Brock Adams's first novel, Ember, won the South Carolina First Novel Prize in 2016 and was published the following year by Hub City Press. His short fiction has appeared in Best American Mystery Stories, The Sewanee Review, Bacopa Literary Review, and several other journals. He's won prizes including The Andrew Lytle Prize in Fiction, the Hub City Fiction Prize, and second place in Playboy's College Fiction Contest. His short story collection Gulf was published by Pocol Press in 2010; it was published in Italy that same year by Round Robin Press. Adams lives in Spartanburg, SC, with his wife and daughter. He teaches English and creative writing at USC Upstate.
Praise For Apocalypse Yesterday Unintentionally prescient, a tale of losing and finding oneself at the end of the world. --Kirkus Bring[s] a genuinely fresh twist to the table. --Horror DNA Does your life seem monotonous and pointless? Are you tired of having to deal with self-entitled humans who complain about First World problems? Do you find yourself longing for the zombie apocalypse to bring some excitement and purpose into your life? Then Apocalypse Yesterday is the perfect book for you. Read it in the break room, in your cubicle, or at your local McDonald's with your favorite machete. --S.G. Browne, author of Breathers: A Zombie's Lament and I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus After you've slashed back the zombie hordes, what feat can compare? In Apocalypse Yesterday Brock Adams lets you know in a prose that comes at you with all the verve of a dead walker raging straight for your brain. Buckle your swash and grab your machete before you pick up this one, you happy, blade-wielding warriors. --Thomas McConnell