The Post-Apocalyptic Book Club out and about:

08/11/2011 – V for Vendetta – Further Reading, The Guardian

27/01/2012 – Reading The Hunger Games with the Post-Apocalyptic Book Club, The Huffington Post

06/02/2012 – Meet the Post-Apocalyptic Book Club, The Malaysian Insider

10/02/2012 – Meet the Post-Apocalyptic Book Club,

29/02/2012 – Preview of PABC meeting A Clockwork Orange, Le Cool London

28/03/2012 – Guest Guide to Post Apocalyptic Literature, Culture Critic

06/04/2012 – Who needs GPS? The post apocalyptic London map is here, Tor Books

27/04/2012 – Meet the Post-Apocalyptic Book Club,

01/06/2012 – The Worst of All Worlds by Martine McDonagh, Writing Magazine

07/06/2012 – Preview of Dark Societies, Le Cool London

08/09/2012 – Book Club Review – The Testament of Jessie Lamb by Jane Rogers, Litro Magazine

30/11/2012 – Party Like There’s No Tomorrow – Twenty Ways to Usher in the End of the World in London – The Evening Standard

07/04/2013 – Review of Apocalypse Now… Or Never at the Natural History Museum by 4th Horsemen Press

05/05/2013 – Review of Dark Societies in Week o’ Geek on blog OneChapterMore

06/05/2013 – Write up of Dark Societies at Waterstones Piccadilly by panelist Frances Hardinge

21/05/2013 – Meet the Judges “The End Of The World” – The Red Line Magazine

25/04/2014 – Video about the Post-Apocalyptic Book Club made by students at Kingston University.

22/06/2014 – Write up of Dark Societies with Tom Pollock, M.R. Carey and Samantha Shannon at Waterstones Piccadilly.

08/10/2014 – Gloomy London: Pessimistic things to do this autumn.  The Evening Standard

10/11/2015 – BOOK CLUBS THAT AREN’T FOR TOTAL NERD LOSER BOYS*. Mr Hyde – The In The Know Email For The Cultured Man