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My Interview with Benjamin Wallace, creator of Duck and Cover!

As my own post-apocalyptic parody, A Happy Bureaucracy, is finally out and I wanted to celebrate by talking to one of the best in the genre, Benjamin Wallace!

Benjamin Wallace is a trailblazer in the post-apocalyptic parody genre. Though the wasteland has been lampooned plenty of times in comic form it never really got the attention that it deserved in prose. Benjamin Wallace’s Duck and Cover series changed that. Benjamin is an honest fan of the post-apocalyptic, and his love for it is obvious when you read his books. Check it out:

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My Interview with Jason Yungbluth, Creator of Weapon Brown

Jason Yunbluth is a talented, brilliant, maniac. If you are not familiar with his lampoon on Peanuts and post-apocalyptic fiction, Weapon Brown, then you are missing out on one of the most unusual and awesome things on the internet. Jason pitted all of your favorite childhood sunday comics characters in the same world — and then promptly nuked that world. The best part? Jason’s saga is being revisited with his new graphic novel, Aftershock, which means that you will have a new set of fever dreams to experience!Continue reading →

A Happy Bureaucracy!

If Mad Max meets Terry Gilliam’s Brazil with a heaping dash of Hunter S. Thompson’s distilled madness sounds like a thing that you can groove to then A Happy Bureaucracy is the uncut primo shit you have been looking for! Available on Amazon Kindle, this fever dream novel has all of the bleak humor that a clown cemetery cannot deliver.

When the bombs fell and the weather forecast became permanent nuclear fire, when flowers of destructive fusion blossomed leaving death in their wake, the least important question was immediately asked: who’s going to collect all of the taxes?

The IRS was the only institution to survive the human holocaust, and Arthur McDowell is a steadfast tax auditor craving the safety of the desk job due to him. However, his dreams will be put on hold as the IRS plans a census into new irradiated territory and he is forced to work with freelance Enforcer, Rabia Duke, who’s diet of drugs is hand to mouth. This will be a suicide mission, and neither is keen to see the other survive.

The denizens of the wastes have much to fear. Radiation, roving gangs of psychopaths, and starvation, but the thing they should fear most is bureaucracy…

…a happy bureaucracy.

Grab it here! Or pick up the official prequel, Memos from the Wasteland, FOR FREE and get a notification for when A Happy Bureaucracy comes out 😀

A Most Apocalyptic Interview: Phil Williams

Christmas products are in stores, carols are on the radio, and cafes are beginning to paint their windows with pagan figures like Santa. You know what that means? Well, it means that the retail industry is doing its best not to drown and face their horrible, but inevitable, death rattle by pushing Christmas shopping earlier and earlier. But it also means that I can get away with talking about one of my new favorite books, A Most Apocalyptic Christmas!Continue reading →

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