The seventh issue of Into the Ruins is now available for order! This Fall 2017 issue comes as a 7″ x 10″ book packed with 108 pages of stories of our deindustrial future, an Editor’s Introduction, letters to the editor, and additional editorial content. You can purchase print copies in our store or from Amazon, a digital edition via Payhip, or you can subscribe. If you’re new to Into the Ruins, jump to our home page to learn more.
Anchorage has transformed itself into the newest boom town in America, growing recklessly fast but hiding dark secrets. Meanwhile, in Antarctica, a dramatically changed climate has revealed the world’s newest frontier. A man travels through the treacherous swamps of Florida, searching out a place to start a new life, while another man fleeing from past deeds finds a strange welcome in a dusty church. Another traveler meets a sly stranger on the trail and soon finds himself in a battle of wits that could prove the difference between riches and misery.
In this seventh issue of Into the Ruins, new worlds emerge from all corners of the globe, revealing the futures awaiting us on the far side of climate change and civilizational decline. These new worlds are neither apocalyptic nor dystopian, but instead a fascinating mix of new and old, well past many of the troubles of our times and struggling with new troubles of their own. These stories offer fascinating and fun futures while recognizing that human folly rings eternal.
There are a few ways you can get Issue 7 in the U.S. First of all, you can subscribe in print for $39. If you don’t want to commit to subscribing, though, you can purchase this fourth issue in print for $12 or as a high quality, PDF download for $7.50:
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