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Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts5 days ago

https://eco-fiction.com/part-xxii-authors-tackle-climate-change-benh-zeitlin-lucy-alibar/ Part 22 of my series on authors tackling climate change. Here I look at Lucy and Benh's BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD.

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts1 week ago

http://workshop.dragonfly.eco/the-story-collector/ I talk with author Evie Gaughan about her new novel The Story Collector. This is part of our world eco-fiction series at Dragonfly. Evie and I talk about the wilds of Ireland, sacred trees, dual timelines in stories, faeries, continuity, preservation, and...

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts1 week ago

Thanks to Jessica Groenendijk Author for finding this great story! Charlene D'Avanzo you might be interested.

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts2 weeks ago

An awfully fine piece of writing: rewilding the novel

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts2 weeks ago

This came out today. A beautiful eulogy to our world.

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Kim Stanley Robinson
In NEW YORK 2140, the global sea level has risen by 50 feet. Listen to Kim Stanley Robinson talk about what that would mean for New York City, from dirigibles to diamond sheeting. NEW YORK 2140 is now available in paperback! Where to buy (US): http://bit.ly/ny2140pb-hbg Where to buy (UK): http://bit.ly/ny2140pb-lbuk
Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts2 weeks ago

"The Willowherb Review aims to provide an initial platform to celebrate and bolster nature writing by emerging and established writers of colour. By supporting our Kickstarter, you'll be helping us launch our website, pay writers, and support a new and diverse wave of nature writers."

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts3 weeks ago

Worth a read!

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