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Library At The End Of The World

Library at the End of the World is hosted by noted survival and preparedness authority Jim Cobb. He's long been a fan of post-apocalyptic and disaster fiction and this show will focus on the books, TV shows, and movies that center on all the ways authors and directors have destroyed the world. We'll be talking about electromagnetic pulse, plague, nuclear war, alien invasion, zombie uprising, and so much more. Reviews, author interviews, even some real world survival and prepper tips along the way.

Nov 16, 2018

This week, we start off with a heartfelt tribute to Stan Lee, a legend who's work no doubt inspired more than a few authors who have made appearances here.  Then, we talk to author Nicholas Morine, who's book Arcade Rat has been favorably compared to Ready Player One.  The Three Minute Survival Tip is on disaster...


Nov 2, 2018

This week, we're looking far into the future, about 1,000 years or so.  What might the world look like after disasters and such have changed the landscape and society itself?  Find out as we talk to author Ana Levley about her book Beasts.  Then, we discuss hidden storage places around the home in the Three Minute...


Oct 26, 2018

Our one-year anniversary episode!  That's right, we've managed to stick around for a solid year.  How awesome is that?  In this episode, Jim talks about some of his favorite interviews and a few plans he has going forward.  Plus, there just might be something about...


Oct 19, 2018

This week, we're talking to one of the pioneers of prepper fiction, Bobby Akart.  He was one of the first breakout stars in the genre and remains one of the most popular authors in the niche.  We talked about his books, his writing process, and the genre itself.  The Three Minute Survival Tip is on how to put together...


Oct 12, 2018

In the last episode, we covered a brief history of the post-apocalyptic genre.  This time around, we're delving a little deeper into a couple of the sub-genres that developed, Men's Adventure in the 1980s and the Prepper Fiction that is very popular today.  They are actually pretty closely related, as you'll see in...