Title: Resurrection America by Jeff Gunhus
Genre: Currently #2880 in Best Seller’s Rank in Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Hard Science Fiction
Publisher: Seven Guns Press
Publication Date: June 5, 2017
Source: Sent by author as ARC for review
Resurrection America – Cover conveys subject
Resurrection America grabs reader interest immediately. It is a very small mining town in Colorado apparently a few years hence following cataclysmic nuclear attacks in big town America. Continue reading “Resurrection America – a Book Review”
In my day, a looong time ago, things were so simple: Radios with general audience series that didn’t have to be rated, black and white round-screened TV’s with programs also unrated, and books in genres you could understand just by the name (most likewise unrated). There was no nano–anything: nano-punk, nano-technology, or cyber-punk.
It was a book series I recently completed that got me started exploring “Nanopunk,” a sub-genre of science fiction. The “Futurescape” novels written by Dean C. Moore in Terraforming Earth-Phase 1-“The Plagues Era” and Phase 2-“Humanoids in Sealed Habitats” are extremely eye-opening.
Divided into two classes, fiction and non-fiction, the genres back then were easy to discern. Fiction separated into simple headings:
- Fairy Tale
- Science Fiction
Continue reading “What is Nano-Punk?”