James Howard Kunstler’s Post-Apocalyptic Village: The Witch of Hebron
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James Howard Kunstler’s Post-Apocalyptic Village: The Witch of Hebron

Like Emily Barton’s The Testament of Yves Gundron, another novel that looks at technology and culture – through a decidedly opinionated eye – is James Howard Kunstler’s The Witch of Hebron. The second in a series of post-apocalyptic novels (the first being World Made by Hand), Kunstler’s mythic novel imagines a remote upstate New York … Continue reading »