Year of publication: 2016
Jacqueline Druga UNDER THE GRAY SKIES One Backpack The flesh on her right hand and wrist was discolored, hard and cold as it extended out from the wall of wreckage. It was all that remained of my sister. All that I could see. I held on to that hand for days, just holding it, crying, until I could no longer hold her hand because the flesh would rot off against my own fingers. How I survived was a mystery. There had been no moment of regret, no sudden fear, no final thoughts screaming in my mind, ...
Year of publication: 2013
Across a Star-Swept Sea For Darkness Shows the Stars 2 by Diana Peterfreund For Eleanor, who is brilliant and beautiful and brave The history of the human race pivots on two points: the development of agriculture, which created civilization, and the Reduction, which destroyed it. Before the Reduction, the few impoverished or dissenting peoples who didnt genetically engineer their offspring had been the object of scorn and pity. But a generation later, when these perfect children could only ...
Keywords: Dystopia PostApocalyptic
Harry Hart Frank
Year of publication: 2005
Frank Pat Alas, Babylon Foreword I have an acquaintance, a retired manufacturer, a practical man, who has recently become worried about international tensions, intercontinental missiles, H-bombs, and such. One day, knowing that I had done some writing on military subjects, he asked: What do you think would happen if the Russkies hit us when we werent lookingyou know, like Pearl Harbor The subject was on my mind. I had recently returned from a magazine assignment at Offutt Field, Headquarters of ...