Five families in our small enclave of southern Ontario homes built bomb shelters, including mine. The tension in my parents’ faces told me everything I needed to know about the threat of nuclear annihilation. We were too close to Detroit to feel safe. (Illustration: Feral, John Scott)
Since then, I’ve devoured (good) post-apocalyptic fiction and kept abreast of trends in survivalism. I don’t have a particular belief about what will or won’t happen, I’m just fascinated by the topic. This blog focuses on paintings, illustration, photography and other visual arts as a viewfinder for all things apocalyptic.
My Top 3 Favorite Post-Apocalyptic Novels
About Me: I’m a journalist, traveler, art and music lover. I grew up in Canada, trained in Chicago and now am based back in Canada. I have a number of art blogs that I eventually will pull together in one website, but I’m not quite there yet. You can learn more about them here. I’m on Twitter and I also have an Art Facebook page.