Zombie: An Anthology of the Undead is a collection of 13 stories all on the theme of Zombies. Some of them were quite long and some of them were very short. Some were very good and some were not very good at all but that's par for the course with any anthology. Some of them were more traditional takes on Zombie stories and others were a bit more original in their approach to the story telling.
One of my favourite stories was Twittering From the Circus of the Dead by Joe Hill which was a rather gruesome tale told entirely with tweets.
What Maisie Knew by David Liss was set in a world where zombies are put to use in society which was quite an interesting idea and kept my attention for the whole story.
Life Sentence by Kelley Armstrong is about one man who tries to carry on living life despite his status as a Zombie.
Those were the best stories in my opinion and the rest of them were just ok, but not enough to hold my attention.