We comtinue our zombie-talk with Jay Bonansinga!
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Jay Bonansinga: You know, in a way, a person with my background — meaning basically agnostic but raised as a sort Cafeteria Catholic — is well suited to be a horror writer. Especially supernatural horror. I believe this because if you have only a casual relationship with the Catholic experience, it becomes less conscious and more subconscious. In the light of day, you don’t really believe in all the saints and demons and angels and fire and brimstone, but way down in your unconscious lizard brain — especially after dark when the wind blows through the gutters — you totally feel their presence. The Catholic church invented supernatural horror. All the incense and chanting and dead languages and weird capes and gruesome Old Testament imagery has become the grist of modern horror. I loved that part of Catholicism. The ritual. The talismanic part of Catholicism…
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