To celebrate the 15th anniversary of The Road, the post-apocalyptical fiction novel by Cormac McCarthy, let’s take a look at its conception and impact.
Twitter verified an account claiming to be author Cormac McCarthy for three years without proof of his identity. Turns out, the account was fake. Yikes.
There has been much debate, and it seems like the internet has settled on three possible explanations.
April 22nd is Earth Day, and while you’re all busy reducing, reusing, and recycling, we’ve made a list of cli-fi books for you to read and share. Cli-Fi has become a new genre of fiction, focusing on the most drastic effects of climate change that we face by taking no actions to stop it. They’re eerie, they’re surprisingly accurate, and they’re a lot of fun. 1. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline The many 80’s references and killer virtual reality video game detract from the fact that Ready Player One paints a disturbing picture of the future. The plot develops …