Apocalypse fiction has been around for many years, usually in the form of a cataclysmic event — asteroid impact, nuclear bomb, giant space squid — that destroys a good chunk of the entire planet and leaves the survivors to fend for themselves in a world gone mad.
But after reading Will McIntosh’s new novel Soft Apocalypse, I can tell you that sitting in the belly of an intergalactic Sarlacc might actually be better than the road we’re on now.
- At dinner last night, the balloon guy made a replica of my friends' baby. I'm a little disturbed and a little impressed. In actuality the babies (they're twins) are very cute.Good thing my seatmate got sick. We bought seats 27 and 28, but the row ends a little soon...My cookies are micro-burgers. They're quite good.Hmm... That's never happened before...Had to get a shot today and apparently I did an extra good job because I got a Batman band-aid.#wh2096 putting the right team on top. #superbowl