Life After Oil, Part II

Remember our post on Luz, the webcomic about a girl living in a post-abundant-petroleum world? Well, if online comics aren't your thing, but you're still interested in literature about living in an era of compelled conservation, we suggest checking out Albert Bates's The Post-Petroleum Survival Guide and Cookbook: Recipes for Changing Times. Like Luz, this looks like a practical, readable guide, rather than the ever-popular post-apocalyptic zombie fest.

I mean, we all like a good zombie fest, but as the end of the oil era becomes more of a reality and less the stuff of bad sci-fi, it's nice to think about some more mundane issues, too.
Posted by: Julianka


21 Nov, 2008 04:47 AM @ version 0

As long as the mundane doesn't include Spam and canned beats, I'm definitely curious.

22 Nov, 2008 05:15 AM @ version 0

Spam and canned beets would probably be very nutritious. Salty, but full of vitamins!

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