Writing for the end of the world

@article{Rodrguez2018WritingFT,
  title={Writing for the end of the world},
  author={Karlo Yeager Rodr{\'i}guez},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2018},
  volume={555},
  pages={280-280}
}
What apocalypse am I creating today? I feed two blank sheets of onionskin, carbon paper sandwiched between, through my typewriter’s platen. I stop a moment, remembering this joke. This guy gets on a bus, it starts, but I don’t write that. Instead, I begin my 302nd story about the end of the world. I stretch my fingers over the keys, looking out the window. When I first got this cabin, I chose it for its view of the pond, cradled by the mountains. Today, I’m choosing it for its isolation from… Expand
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