Colson Whitehead on labels in literature, wearing genre drag, and getting lost in New York.
They do not walk around with their arms and legs locked stiffly. They can be saved.
You never expect a zombie to lean over and bite you, so you don’t really notice it before it’s too late and the zombie apocalypse has begun. If you knew, you could easily outrun the slow moving ones. You could just walk a little faster and you’d be fine. The way they get you is that you don’t know that they are coming.