Welcome to Dragonfly.eco (formerly eco-fiction.com), a news site that covers environmental fiction authors’ works via book posts, interviews, reader-submitted reviews, book database, guest posts, and author spotlights.  This site raises awareness of the impact and diversity in storytelling around the world that explores climate change and related ecological themes. This is a volunteer project, done with passion and commitment, in  order to explore the wild in literature. Contact us if you want to get involved. The only donations we accept are your stories.

If you are looking to cite works found here, the author is Mary Woodbury unless otherwise indicated. Note that the Goodreads information found on book pages is copyright by Goodreads. The plugin pulls in the information and helps to keep it up to date.

Contributors:  Dragonfly.eco has become a collaborative project. Thanks so very much to many folks for contributing academic studies, book reviews, guest posts, or providing their time for interviews.

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Memberships and Guest Authorship: Mary Woodbury has been a member of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment and is an ongoing member of  International League of Nature Writers and Nova Scotia’s Ecology Action Centre. She is also a guest author at SFFWorld.com, Artists and Climate Change (and AACC’s affiliate The Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts), Fjords Review, and ClimateCultures.net. Her article “A History of Eco-fiction” was translated into Chinese at the Chinese magazine Science Writing. Her three-part series on ecological weird fiction, originally published at SFFWorld.com, is translated into Italian at Zest Letteratura Sostenibile (part I, part 2, part 3)

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  1. Hi Ken,

    Thanks so much! I’ll write to you personally, but have tried to get in touch with Future Coast in the past and would love to include it at the site somehow.


  2. I am assistant to Brenda Cooper. She is looking for promotional opportunities for her two eco-related books, POST and Wilders. Would you be interested in doing an interview and would you like to receive review copies of these books?


    Danielle McPhail

  3. Dear Ms. Woodbury,

    I wrote on 3/26/2019 re. my eco-play, THE LONG REUNION. It has had one production (reviewed favorably). Is this something that might interest you? Perhaps the crucial Scene V would be publishable. Specifically, TLR is about rising tides and its victims.

    Thanks for any attention.



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