post-apocalyptic

Suvudu

Gifts for the Geek: Day 3: Justin Cronin’s The Twelve


Gifts for the Geek: Day 3: Justin Cronin’s The Twelve

It’s day two of our annual Suvudu gift guide, and well, I’m going to cheat on this one by suggesting that you buy two books: Justin Cronin’s The Passage and its sequel, The Twelve. I can’t very well recommend the sequel to a novel without mentioning the original novel, right? (Robot Santa? Chanukah Zombie? Kwanzaa [...]

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Be Grateful for Every Breath: An Interview with ‘The Dog Stars’ Author Peter Heller


Be Grateful for Every Breath: An Interview with ‘The Dog Stars’ Author Peter Heller

Peter Heller is the author of The Dog Stars, a quietly poetic post-apocalyptic novel whose themes of solitude and survival reflect the experiences of the author, An avid outdoorsman and adventure writer. Heller, spoke with me about the dogs in his life, the necessary role of of solitude in a writer’s life, and his own [...]

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Sean Bean to Star in ‘Scorched Earth’


a href=”http://suvudu.com/files/2012/09/31674L.jpg”>31674LA Game of Thrones actor Sean Bean is set to star in a new apocalyptic thriller titled Scorched Earth. Bean, infamous for his reputation of portraying doomed characters, is set to play the role of a bounty hunter named Atticus Gage.

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Suvudu

Free Preview: Two Chapters of Post-Apocalyptic Novel ‘The Dog Stars’


Free Preview: Two Chapters of Post-Apocalyptic Novel ‘The Dog Stars’

Sometimes books just seem to leap up out of nowhere and hijack your reading time until you’re done with them. You wonder afterwards, “Where did this come from? Why didn’t I hear of this book before now?” You gasp for breath, amazed at the book’s power and ninja-like stealth. That’s how Peter Heller’s The Dog [...]

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Guest Essay: Moira Crone, Author, ‘The Not Yet’


crone-_smaller_23-330-exp My novel, The Not Yet, is set in 2121. The U.S. has shrunken, become the United Authority. States along the Gulf Coast and the Pacific Rim have been cut away—-too many disasters, too hard to govern. The elite Heirs, who run the Authority for themselves, live hundreds of years on nearly foolproof life-extension programs. Their upkeep absorbs all the economy’s resources. The poor eek out a narrow, illegal existence, working as slaves or performers, or hang on in restricted tribes called Enclaves.

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SF & Fantasy

Interview: Saints Astray by Jacqueline Carey


carey-saintsNew York Times bestselling author Jacqueline Carey might be best known for her Kushiel series but she is far more diverse than that series would lead you to believe.

Enter Saints Astray, her new novel! Jacqueline took time to answer some questions about the post-apocalyptic book and why it’s a great departure for her. Check it out!

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Gaming

Unboxing the New “Gamma World” Role-Playing Game


We managed to get our hands on an advance copy of the new Gamma World role-playing game while we were at New York Comic Con. While we’re not at liberty to say how we got the copy, we thought that you’d enjoy getting a sneak peek of the newest incarnation of the classic post-apocalpytic RPG. [...]

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SF & Fantasy

It’s the end of the world and I love it


Without Warning coverIt’s the end of the world! A list of the best apocalyptic novels ever written, from author John Birmingham.

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Listen: Interview with Bob Fingerman, author, “From the Ashes”


Earlier this week I had the opportunity to interview Bob Fingerman, comic book artist, writer and novelist, about his new graphic novel “From the Ashes,” a post-apocalyptic comedy. Our conversation wander to a lot of fun places, and I hope that you enjoy the interview. Warning: some NSFW language and content.

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