Issue 108 of Rue Morgue magazine contains a “zombie anthology cage match,” which includes this bit about The Living Dead 2:
“I’ll be snagging TLD2 for one simple reason: there are tons of themes and riffs that I’ve never encountered before. This collection is recommended for zombiephiles of all stripes, albeit with the caveat that sometimes the stories by the biggest names are not the most original or compelling. But if you’re looking for a showcase for the subgenre’s versatility, or proof that short-form horror is the place to find true innovation, this is it.”
Four stories are highlighted, including my “The Skull-Faced City” (“freshest”). The other three are “Arlene Schabowski of the Undead” by Mark McLaughlin and Kyra M. Schon (“most terrifying”), ”Zombie Gigolo” by S.G. Browne (“goriest”), and “We Now Pause for Station Identification” by Gary A. Braunbeck (“strangest”).