Ted Bernard launches new book

Ted Bernard poses at the Athens Public Library with copies of his book “Late-K Lunacy.” The local author recently launched his newest book, “Beyond Late-K,” with an event at White’s Mill.

Ted Bernard, an Athens County author, launched his new book “Beyond Late-K” on Saturday at White’s Mill. He was joined by illustrator Alexa Miller, a 2017 OU alumnus, for the launch and book signing.

Bernard’s previous nonfiction books “The Ecology of Hope” (as a co-author) and “Hope and Hard Times” tell about the journey of American communities, including Athens and the Monday Creek watershed, pursuing collective sustainability. His first novel, “Late-K Lunacy,” told the story of university students learning about social and economic collapse in the classroom and in life. “Beyond Late-K,” its sequel, weaves together 10 Ohio Valley stories in the decades leading up to the 2060s as people struggle to sustain their families and communities without modern technology.

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