“This” being climate change. Klein, an intrepid thinker throughout her publishing career, has just published her latest: “This Changes Everything: Captitalism Versus the Climate.” I have not read it–the book just came out–but I will be shortly. Meantime, CommonDreams.org has an excerpt that contains her thesis. It’s worth a few minutes of your time. Here’s […]
Carry the Flame
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Gutsy...With references to ecological despoliation and oil as a precious commodity, Jaros's novel has a noticeable Mad Max vibe, replete with quirky characters and nonstop action. Tense, terse prose suits the setting and carries the story nimbly along."
Burn Down the Sky
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An intense, amazing, post-apocalyptic tale of unleashed terror and undying hope. This is gifted writing, and a superb, brilliant thriller."
New York Times bestselling author of Category 7
Nykanen has published his two most recent books under his pen name, James Jaros
Nykanen is a four-time Emmy and Edgar-winning journalist, and acclaimed author of extraordinarily tense literary thrillers that feature protagonists who find themselves pushed to the absolute extremes of behaviour and imagination.
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Nykanen is a master of knowing what scares us deep down…Words have power, and Nykanen knows their secrets."
Salem Statesman Journal
Postings from the Post Apocalypse:
Not what you wanted to hear, I know. Not what any of us wanted to hear at a time when the warming is giving rising to ever greater numbers of extreme weather events. But the bad news is unavoidable: A record-shattering pace of carbon dioxide emissions took place last year. In fact, so much heat-trapping […]
I’ve just had the privilege of watching “Disruption,” a documentary that is both emotionally moving and intellectually scintillating. And, perhaps more important, it’s an enormously effective tool for bringing attention to the mobilization taking place worldwide for demonstrations slated for the twenty-first of this month. It has just been released today. Rather than read my […]