All libraries are haunted -- the spirits of men and women long dead live on there, in the words they wrote, in the work that they poured their lives into creating. They survive through the books they put on paper. But what of the books they didn't live long enough to write? The books unfinished? The books that might have been? Bob has inherited his grandfather's house, and with it his grandfather's life work -- his library, a library that is haunted in a way Bob would never have imagined...
"Acts of Faith":
The dead walk, and feed on the living, and survivors try to find safe places to ride out the zombie plague. But there are other concerns beyond individual survival: can the world be rebuilt -- can the store of knowledge be preserved for the future? One man is trying to choose what needs to be carried away from the library in which he hides, knowing he can't carry enough, and knowing that he may not find survivors at all before he falls prey to the living dead. Trying to preserve some record of the past is an act of faith, and in the day of the zombie acts of faith can be fatal...
"The Other Iron River":
The town of Iron River is slowly fading away, declining as its younger people move away and the older ones die. But there is another Iron River -- the town as it was a century ago. And if you're the right kind, you can step back into yesterday, and stay. Paul and Beth are the right kind, but is leaving their own time really what they want? Contemporary fantasy with a Twilight Zone feel.