Nick Cole Talks Post-Apocalyptic Wastelands, Sci-Fi, and Hemingway

Nick ColeNick Cole, author of The Old Man and the Wasteland and The Savage Boy, will be on the Lars Larson show, tonight at 6:30PM ET. Be sure to tune in here to hear more from this author-actor-opera singer, and get some details on his forthcoming post-apocalyptic work, The Wasteland Saga.

The Old Man and the Wasteland:

Part Hemingway, part Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, a suspenseful odyssey into the dark heart of the post-apocalyptic American Southwest.

Forty years after the destruction of civilization, human beings are reduced to salvaging the ruins of a broken world. One survivor’s most prized possession is Hemingway’s classic The Old Man and the Sea. With the words of the novel echoing across the wasteland, a living victim of the Nuclear Holocaust journeys into the unknown to break a curse.

What follows is an incredible tale of grit and endurance. A lone traveler must survive the desert wilderness and mankind gone savage to discover the truth of Hemingway’s classic tale of man versus nature.

Now with a new introduction by author Nick Cole.

Nick ColeThe Savage Boy:

The author of the acclaimed post-apocalyptic novel The Old Man and the Wasteland returns! Amid the remains of a world destroyed by a devastating Global Thermonuclear Armageddon, barbaric tribes rule the New American Dark Age. A boy and his horse must complete the final mission of the last United States soldier, and what unfolds is an epic journey across an America gone savage.

 

 

 

More About Nick Cole:

Nick Cole is a working actor living in Southern California. When he is not auditioning for commercials, going out for sitcoms or being shot, kicked, stabbed or beaten by the students of various film schools for their projects, he can often be found as a guard for King Philip the Second of Spain in Don Carlo at Los Angeles Opera or in some similar role. Nick has been writing for most of his life and started acting in Hollywood after serving in the U.S. Army.

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