A reblog from David Rodger. Creator of the post apocalyptic RPG, Yellow Dawn and author of a series of books taking place in that world.
In the Face of Cyberpunk Technology and Post-Apocalyptic Doom, David J Rodger reviews the demons, monsters and horror action in his best Sci Fi Books
I recently read a Guardian article about Dylan Evans who some years ago quit his job to set up a post-apocalyptic commune. He went from working at one of the best robotics labs in the world to eking out an existence in the Scottish Highlands with a small group of followers. It didn’t end well. And possibly, it didn’t start well. The end result. Malnutrition. Mental health issues. Degrading social bonds.
An interesting piece and worth a read. I’d be keen to hear your thoughts about what could have been done better. Especially from the point-of-view of post-apocalypse novels, where weauthors have created functioning survivor settlements and Living Cities. Maladjusted, dangerous, but thriving. Is this just pure imagination… day-dreaming in the realm of science…
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