Books tagged: Dystopian

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In for a Dime

By John Jantunen

 

The post-apocalyptic love child of Stephen King and Cormac McCarthy

Ten years after the calamitous events set in motion by Dylan Cleary in his attempt to bring George Cleary’s last novel to life, Deacon Riis has settled back into the rather sedate life of a small-town reporter. ... Read more

In the Land of Two-Legged Women

By Huey Alcaro

At the onset of puberty girls’ right legs are sawed off in Ramprend’s Beautification Ritual. In this dystopian novel, female stumps are desirable to men. Solanj’l — ’l denoting one-leg — hates her inability to move freely and makes a wooden leg to enable her to walk, ... Read more

In the Land of Two-Legged Women

By Huey Alcaro

At the onset of puberty girls' right legs are sawed off in Ramprend's Beautification Ritual. In this dystopian novel, female stumps are desirable to men. Solanj'l-- 'l denoting one-leg-- hates her inability to move freely and makes a wooden leg to enable her to walk, or step-drag, ... Read more

Insatiable Machine

By Zoë Robertson & Jesse Life

 

Wave goodbye to the American dream.

Just a heartbeat into the future, America is being dragged to its knees by social unrest and economic inequality. The furious pace of technological advancement has made medicine capable of near-miracles but has also enabled the widespread ... Read more

Invention of the World, The

By Jack Hodgins

Jack Hodgins begins The Invention of the World with a ferry worker waving you aboard a ship that will take you not only to Vancouver Island but into a world of magic. The far west coast of Canada has always been regarded as a “land’s end” where the eccentrics of the world ... Read more

Lesser Known Monsters of the 21st Century

By Kim Fu
Read by Piper Goodeve, Sean Patrick Hopkins, Samara Naeymi, Gary Tiedemann, and Jeena Yi

 

The debut collection from PEN/Hemingway Award finalist and ‘propulsive storyteller’ (NYT Book Review), with stories that are by turns poignant and pulpy

In the twelve unforgettable tales of Lesser Known Monsters of the 21st Century, the strange is made familiar and the ... Read more

Letters to Little Comrade

By Dan K. Woo

In this reissue of Dan K. Woo’s debut novel we meet Little Comrade, a young woman at the mercy of the fates in the fictional country of Quina. Framed as an advice booklet, Letters to Little Comrade takes us on a dystopic journey that circles around Little Comrade’s attempts ... Read more

Life Finds A Way

Edited by Dan Anctil & Alina Pete

Life Finds a Way is an anthology of comics about what happens after the end of the world. It asks the question, where are the helpers? How do you rebuild once the worst has happened? We want to tell stories of humanity at its best, despite dire circumstances. We want to explore ... Read more