BA Features PostApoc by Liz Worth

Welcome to BA’s Book Features showcasing a small collection of books to be released this week, or showcasing a special feature as part of a blog tour and promotion event. Today is a special book feature as part of the PostApoc blog tour!


Introducing Liz Worth and her newest title PostApoc


PostApoc by Liz WorthAng is the sole survivor of a suicide pact who has fallen into an underground music scene obsessed with the idea of the end of the world. But when the end really does come, Ang and her friends don’t find the liberation they thought it would bring. Instead, the ones who are still alive are starving, strung out, and struggling to survive in a city that no longer makes sense.

As Ang navigates through the world’s final days, she begins to question whether she’s somehow responsible. Did she live when she was supposed to die? Has she somehow set the universe off course?

As her emotional and physical instability mix with her growing uncertainty about her fate, she begins to distrust her perception in a place where time is collapsing, the universe is mutating, and nothing can ever be trusted for what it seems to be.

Meet Liz Worth

At just 31 years old, writer Liz Worth has blown readers away with stunning poetry and a fascinating tribute to Toronto’s music scene.

Author Liz WorthWorth has worked as a journalist, but these days, she is mostly focused on poetry, fiction and performance art. Her writing has been published in Exclaim!, Dead Gender, Carousel, The Toronto Star and Broken Pencil.

She published a collection of poetry called “Amphetamine Heart” (2011, Guernica Editions) and the non-fiction book, “Treat Me Like Dirt: An Oral History of Punk in Toronto and Beyond” (2009, Bongo Beat/ECW Press) that gave an in-depth account of Toronto’s earliest punk scene. She has written three chapbooks – “Eleven: Eleven,” “Manifestations” and “Arik’s Dream”

Worth’s latest work, “PostApoc” comes out Oct. 15 from Now or Never Publishing. Excerpts from the book have appeared in Dead Gender and Carousel.

Worth lives in Toronto, Ontario.


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PostApoc Blog Tour with JK Communications

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