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Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

eco-fiction.com/climate-change-author-spotlight-marissa-slaven/ … The first of our #ya #teen spotlights is up as part of our focus on authors who tackle #climatechange in #fiction. Meet @MarissaSlaven, author of Code Blue.

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

Sloth-moth symbiosis. Dinosaur-devestating asteroid impacts. Girl’s preference for pink. Are these fact, or fiction? Sometimes, what we think we know about the natural world is based more on …

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

WB buys rights to new dystopia series, FKA USA, that imagines a fallen United States after climate change and "the final president."

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

I was incredibly honored to speak with Rajat Chaudhuri about his novel The Butterfly Effect. See http://workshop.dragonfly.eco/the-butterfly-effect/. "The so-called realist novel, because of its debt to the Enlightenment, has shied away from engaging with Nature and issues involving large collectives, and focused instead...

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

"It’s crucial to keep imagining that things could get better, and furthermore to imagine how they might get better. ... The situation is bad, yes, okay, enough of that; we know that already. Dystopia has done its job, it’s old news now, perhaps it’s self-indulgence...

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

NEW RELEASE: ONLY THE OCEAN by NATASHA CARTHEW Natasha Carthew is a Cornish writer who has written all her books outside, either in the fields and woodland that surround her home or in the cabin that she built from scrap wood. Natasha's new book 'Only...

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

The world is dying, it's our fault, and unless we take radical action now, it will be too late to do anything about it. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change repo

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

Of interest: Artists & Climate Change is rerunning my author/climate change spotlight series at eco-fiction.com in a new "Wild Authors" series. The original series began October 9, 2016. Thanks to AACC for the opportunity as well as their mission to inform readers of how all...

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

https://sydneyreviewofbooks.com/when-the-clay-has-you/ While I share a lot of articles, this one is particularly well-written and insightful.

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

Edward Abbey roamed what is today Arches National Park as a seasonal ranger in the 1950s, treasuring the isolation and the harsh but fragile landscape that surrounded him. His observations and experiences became

Ecology in Literature and the Arts
Ecology in Literature and the Arts

Wild Geese: A Collection Of Nan Shepherd's Writing

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