Tag Archives: post-apocalyptic

Call for Submissions

We’re making a book! We need stories, we need poems, we need flash fiction and we need your illustrations. We will be publishing an anthology later in the year edited by ourselves, Chris Kelso and Sam Small.  We are looking for submissions … Continue reading

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Revival… It’s still brilliant

Just a wee update. I have been reading Revival now for two years, its just fantastic. Just in case you didn’t believe me the first time. The mystery is running on and spreading, tension is rising. Check this out at … Continue reading

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What I read this week…. THEN by Julie Myerson

This is post-apocalyptic London at its grimmest. Frozen bodies line the street in front of looted shops, fire has decimated the city where London Bridge has literally fallen down. Violence is now normal, rape is rife, food is beyond scarce … Continue reading

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What I read this week…. The Death of Grass by John Christopher

The Death of Grass by John Christopher is a tale of eco-disaster that takes place in the mid 50’s.  The book was out of print for years but was brought back as a penguin modern classic in 2009, it’s amazing to … Continue reading

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What I read this week… “Nod” by Adrian Barnes

What I read this week… Nod by Adrian Barnes It won’t be long until the winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award for 2014 is announced so it seemed fitting to kick start our new weekly book review with a look … Continue reading

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Fathoms

Just took twenty minutes out to watch “Fathoms”, a short film by Joe Russ that looks at loss and finding ways not to top yourself when everything’s looking pretty bleak.

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