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Nikita Gale, SOME WEATHER (Blizzard), 2021
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What you are listening to and reading at the moment?

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I’ve had Noname’s “Rainforest” on repeat and Apple Music’s shuffle algorithm has been excellent at creating some great playlists following that one song.

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"The Drowned World", J.G. Ballard, 1962

The Drowned World is a 1962 science fiction novel by British writer J. G. Ballard. The novel depicts a post-apocalyptic future in which global warming has caused the majority of the Earth to become uninhabitable. The story follows a team of scientists researching ongoing environmental developments in a flooded, abandoned London. The novel is an expansion of a novella of the same title first published in Science Fiction Adventures magazine in January 1962, Vol. 4, No. 24.

In 2010, Time Magazine named The Drowned World one of the top 10 best post-apocalyptic books.[2] The novel has been identified as a founding text in the literary genre known as climate fiction.[3]