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

This is pretty neat

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

My interview with Lidia Yuknavitch. "Post-apocalyptic fiction too often pays lip service to serious problems like climate change while allowing the reader to walk away unscathed, cocooned in an ironic escapism and convinced that the impending disaster is remote. Not so with Lidia Yuknavitch’s brilliant...

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

I'm just a little excited by all this...and his Hummingbird Salamander is coming out in the future and seems to have already been acquired by Netflix!

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

Another site focusing primarily on eco-fiction is developing their own website soon. I work closely with Alison to collaborate on projects and bounce ideas back and forth. She is running an "ecofiction challenge" each year for writers. Cool stuff!

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

"Eco-lit needs to delve deeper into portrayals of how environmental degradation leads to human agony, suffering and displacements; how citizens turn into refugees within their own country; how economic and political exploitation turn human life upside down and jeopardise the environment, thereby making it unsuitable...

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

http://dragonfly.eco is a brand new site affiliated with eco-fiction.com. Dragonfly.eco is all about raising climate and environmental awareness through creative news and literature--fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and prose. This project combines other sites, including eco-fiction.com, to provide an online storytelling portal, which writers, academics,...

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

On poetry in the age of climate change and a new sadness...

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