Alaskan author to sign zombie, werewolf books in Oklahoma City on Saturday
As the captain of an Alaskan touring boat, J. Kevin Burchfield is known as “Captain Kevin” to tourists and sightseers. He shares a darker, fictional side to the Alaskan landscape in his two books, “The Great Alaskan Adventure … With Zombies” released in 2010, and the new “Full Moon Over Juneau.”
Burchfield will sign his books in Oklahoma City from 2-4 p.m. Saturday at All Star Comics, 6900 N May Ave., Suite 10.
Burchfield moved to Alaska after growing up in Oklahoma City. As owner of “Lost in Alaska Adventures,” he and his boat provide fishing expeditions and whale watching tours, among other events.
While he’s never seen a zombie or werewolf on his tours, the geography in the books is accurate for those possibly planning an Alaskan trek through locations including Hoonah and Tenakee Springs.
In a recent interview with The Oklahoman, Burchfield described “Full Moon Over Juneau” as “one man’s journey down a path that he never chose.”
The werewolf in “Full Moon Over Juneau” turns completely into wolf form at each full moon.
Burchfield said he thinks werewolves appeal to people because they’re trapped in a situation they have no
“It’s his struggle with those inner demons,” he said.
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