Radio Hope and a novelette titled The Scavenger.
Writers and filmmakers are full of ways to wreak our civilization. In The Road it appears to have been a meteor or comet strike. Back in the Cold War it was trendy to write about nuclear war. Now Zombies seem to be the main threat. I wrote about my own feelings about how we'll go under during the Choose Your Own Apocalypse blogfest back in 2012.
So join me for a month of worldwide destruction and woe, with a few hardy survivors trying to rebuild what we've lost, or destroy the last remnants of civilization. What are your favorite post-apocalyptic books and movies? What are some of the overlooked gems of the genre? I'm always on the lookout for more post-apocalyptic entertainment!
Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons. It shows a ruined house in Fatxes, Spain. This village was suddenly abandoned in the mid-twentieth century. It was rumored that people left after a series of murders there, but no one knows for sure. Now it's considered an accursed place.