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Spotlight on Climate Change Authors

Series Spotlights Author: Mary Woodbury Part I. Jeff VanderMeer | Part II. Margaret Atwood | Part III. Nathaniel Rich | Part I

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Global Eco-Fiction Series

Welcome to Eco-fiction.com’s and Dragonfly’s global eco-fiction series. In Part 10, hosted at Dragonfly, we travel to the

Climate Change Author Spotlight – Ned Tillman

Part XXIX. Climate Change Author Spotlight–Ned Tillman Back to the series Also of interest: Eco-fiction’s Author Inter

Cave Walker, Donelle Dreese

My hope is that Cave Walker fits into contemporary eco-fiction in the sense that nature occupies a central space in the novel

Where the Forest Meets the Stars, Glendy Vanderah

After the loss of her mother and her own battle with breast cancer, Joanna Teale returns to her graduate research on nesting b

Great American Desert: Stories, Terese Svoboda

Preorder at The Ohio State University Press Svoboda (Anything That Burns You: A Portrait of Lola Ridge, Radical Poet, 2016, et

Tentacle, Rita Indiana

Rita Indiana’s Tentacle (originally published in Spanish as La mucama de Omicunlé) is a speculative text that has as

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Affiliates Artists & Climate Change (AACC) | Annis Pratt | Climate Cultures | Dragonfly Publishing | Stormbird Press Febru

A Jenny Willson Mystery Series, Dave Butler

The first in Butler’s series of novels – Full Curl – was short-listed for the Kobo Emerging Writers Award in the mystery

The Dreamers, Karen Thompson Walker

Walker’s first novel tapped neatly into our fears about the melting of the permafrost. Global warming has a role to play in