The Golden Age of Apocalypse is non-fiction writing by Jeremy Hanson-Finger, initially about nuclear war, but now exploring other apocalyptic topics as well. For seasoned doomscrollers only. Title borrowed from the Thundercat album.

Jeremy channeling Robert Mitchum in Night of the Hunter in his interpretation of a "Western formal" requirement for a wedding near Joshua Tree.
The story behind this picture is in an essay in The Puritan.

Jeremy is the author of Death and the Intern (Invisible Publishing, 2017). He lives in Ottawa, Ontario, and you can visit his website or follow him on Twitter (or Mastadon). He can be reached by email at jeremy at apocalypse dot gold.