Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days

Every society and every generation has its version of the apocalypse: swine flu, genetic mutation, global warming, nuclear fallout, the second coming, peak oil, mass extinction, giant irradiated ants, zombies… Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days brings together the poetry and prose of some of America’s finest apocalyptic authors. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781937794224
Tags: terrorism zombies apocalypse riddle global warming space travel climate change apocalyptic wraith target thanksgiving oracle pandemic survival radiation postapocalyptic atom bomb peak oil second coming metamorphosis suburbia nightshade nineveh emergence mass extinction kraken genetic mutation mayan 2012 eliza mayan apocalypse on the beach gnomon copilot a history of art a history of war a poem of the museum a short drop to nothing adornment on an ancient tomb in tibet all the things the moon is not an american prayer for the second coming apocalyptic narrative arachnida speak army tales astroturfing at winters edge biomass a genealogy blue sky white catskin corinna amaying the apocalypse corrosive lyric dear atom bomb dear life form duet near the end early gospel eastbound the book of enoch electric company field guide to the second coming fire blight first hard freeze fragment of a perpetually unfinished field guide gorbachevs ubi sunt from the future that soon will pass how it ends three cities i dont sleep i dont sleep i dont sleep till its light i love you and we are all going to die icescape into the damp woods j finds in his pocket neither change nor small bills jericho trumpets journeys dont stop believin finally collapses the radio waves love song for the end of the world lullaby for the last night on earth marysarias moon of hunger moon of coyote howl nashville flood night of the comet nuclear fallout ooo baby baby postamerican recalculating rimbauds kraken several days before the end of the world taken up the adjudicator the beginnings of sorrow the cartographer wasps and the anarchist bees the dead moor speaks the death of neruda the enormous parachute the feast the last songbird the lawgiver the people of sand and slag the quiet earth the sharecroppers the siege the silver astroturfer this is the pink visions for the last night on earth we are all going to die and i love you weekday apocalyptic westbound little cat feet wet field wet weather springs what we did with the empire when the dark heads of sleep when worlds collide who are our barbarians wolf centos
About Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum

Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum‘s poems, essays, reviews, podcasts, and interviews recently appear or are forthcoming in The Writers Chronicle, The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume VI: Tennessee, The Spoon River Poetry Review, Poet Lore, The Missouri Review, storySouth, InsideHigherEd.com, Eclipse, Copper Nickel, New Letters, Glimmer Train, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Potomac Review, and The Southern Indiana Review, among others.

He writes a web-column, poetry=am^k, as a Contributing Editor for The Southern Indiana Review, and he is Founder and Editor of PoemoftheWeek.org, Managing Editor of AdHominem.weebly.com, and Acquisitions Editor of Upper Rubber Boot Books.

Andrew holds a Masters of Fine Arts Degree from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale and is an Adjunct Professor of Creative Writing and English at the University of Colorado – Denver, Metro State College of Denver, Community College of Denver, and CCCOnline. He currently lives in Denver, Colorado.

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