Last month I wrote a lot about apocalypses and dystopias, a perennial favorite topic here in Parenthetical-land. Those posts, and Presenting Lenore’s Dystopian February, inspired my own theme month:
Welcome to Old-School Apocalypse April!
I’ve been re-reading some childhood favorites from my YA Apocalypse Bookshelf (yes, I really have such a thing). Some hold up brilliantly, some not so much. Stay tuned for more doom-y goodness!
I would say keep me posted, but that’s kind of what a blog is, um, for. Have fun!
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MsParenthetical Heading to #PeoplesClimate march tomorrow, with this sign. Let's keep the apocalypse fictional! http://t.co/pPPvfvsCJI
MsParenthetical Marked as ya: Belzhar by Meg Wolitzer https://t.co/mHZu3I20BK
MsParenthetical Urban Outfitters, bloody Kent State sweatshirt -- this is why history classes shouldn't stop at WWII, people. http://t.co/ew4ZxUvNQX
MsParenthetical What a fabulous longlist for @natbookawards for young people's lit! http://t.co/glKqSyZKUj
MsParenthetical 4 of 5 stars to Revolution by Deborah Wiles https://t.co/YtMR1ky7jc
MsParenthetical Marked as nonfic: Small Is Beautiful by E.F. Schumacher https://t.co/WDQgJ3wGEH
MsParenthetical Marked as adult: Landline by Rainbow Rowell https://t.co/zUcB9QaZWM