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The World is Always Ending

Finding hope through post-apocalyptic fiction

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I’ve always loved a good apocalypse.

It’s actually what comes after that I find fascinating. That quiet struggle not to rebuild or reclaim but simply to survive. When life again becomes primarily a struggle of man versus nature, with the added threat of cannibals or zombies or…




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Eric Pierce

Eric Pierce

Writer, gamer, pop culture nerd. Editor of Fanfare. Probably thinking about Star Wars.

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