Paonia author builds on learned persistence, success

Paolo Bacigalupi, 39, builds dystopian futurescapes from his downtown Paonia office. His recently released second young adult novel, “The Drowned Cities,” takes place in the same ruined world as his National Book Award-finalist young adult novel, “Ship Breaker.”



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Paolo Bacigalupi, 39, builds dystopian futurescapes from his downtown Paonia office. His recently released second young adult novel, “The Drowned Cities,” takes place in the same ruined world as his National Book Award-finalist young adult novel, “Ship Breaker.”

In the mangrove swamps outside Washington, D.C., in a drowned future America where battling warlords’ armies are staffed with child soldiers, a monstrous alligator lurked among the mossy…




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