What can I say about this book that people haven't already said ??
This anthology covers the bases when it comes to the zombie apocalyptic world , I had read this book when it was First came out (published in 1989 -Bantam books), I am not really into zombie genre but there was some something about this book that compelled me to read it so I decided to check it out and was extremely impressed by the quality of work within this tome .
Before I read this work I would have thought it ludicris to think anyone would have a book of short stories about zombies that would leave an impression on me but this one had.
I think if I had to pin-point one story in this anthology that made me realize that this short story collection was something special it would be 'The good parts',I don't want to ruin it by telling you the details but it is told from the zombie point of view.
If next Halloween you are feeling like you would like to sink your teeth into a ghoulish book I think that this little gem should be your first choice.
1.Foreword by George A. Romero
2."Introduction: On Going Too Far, or Flesh Eating Zombies: New Hope for the Future" by Skipp and Spector
3."Blossom" by Chan McConnell (pseudonym for David J. Schow) 
4."Mess Hall" by Richard Laymon
5."It Helps If You Sing" by Ramsey Campbell
6."Home Delivery" by Stephen King
7."Wet Work" by Phillip Nutman
8."A Sad Last Love at the Diner of the Damned" by Edward Bryant
9."Bodies and Heads" by Steve Rasnic Tem
10."Choices" by Glen Vasey
11."The Good Parts" by Les Daniels
12."Less Than Zombie" by Douglas E. Winter
13."Like Pavlov's Dogs" by Steven R. Boyett
14."Saxophone" by Nicholas Royle
15."On the Far Side of the Cadillac Desert With Dead Folks" by Joe R. Lansdale
16."Dead Giveaway" by Brian Hodge
17."Jerry's Kids Meet Wormboy" by David J. Schow
18."Eat Me" by Robert R. McCammon