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The Sacred River …

Author: © Tom Hibbard Publication Date: August 12, 2011 Publisher: Moon Willow Press In Memory Of: Jack Kerouac Back to the Dragonfly Library THE GREEN UNIVERSE I. a misty tautology glimmers on the lake beyond understanding where the downtrodden hang by an anesthetized thread that parasitism devours with inappropriate guilt as […]

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The Apology

Author: © Paul Collins From the Anthology: Winds of Change: Short Stories about Our Climate Publication Date: October 16, 2015 Publisher: Moon Willow Press Press: Big Think Back to the Dragonfly Library “We do not know very much of the future Except that from generation to generation The same things […]

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Two Houses of Oikos

Author: © James A. Schaefer Publication Date: April 8, 2015 Cover Art: Maya Schaefer Publisher: Moon Willow Press Press: Boreal Songbird Initiative Aesop’s Tortoise In the year to come, I boldly predict that you’ll accomplish the improbable. You’re going to complete a marathon–considered the most gruelling of endurance races–without training, doping […]

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The World Tree

Author: © Clara Hume Type: Short story series (Lost Ages) Publisher: Moon Willow Press Publication Date: January 2013 Ordering: Amazon The light inside the globe began to take the shape of a mighty ash tree that suddenly loomed brilliantly in a scene that wound together images of witchery and sunlight. […]

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The Lost Ages: Awakening

Author: © Clara Hume Publisher: Moon Willow Press Publication Date: November 9, 2012 Ordering Information: Amazon Back to the Dragonfly Library Description: Rowan and her friends have been playing Lost Ages MMO for years. Upon completing the final quest in the game and defeating Morpheus the Imposter, the group finds […]

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Stormy

Author: Richard L. Bailey Publisher: © TERRA Productions Publication Date: December 1, 2013 Ordering: The Last Century Book, Amazon Back to the Dragonfly Library CHAPTER ELEVEN – A CENTURY OF CLIMATE CHANGE 2090-2100 Atmospheric Carbon Level – 585-615 ppm Average Earth Temperature – 67o Sea Level Rise – + 14 […]

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Interview with Steve Masover, Consequence

Thanks to Steve Masover, author of Consequence, for taking time out right around the holidays to talk with us about his newest novel. Mary: For starters, I always like to look at the background of authors whom I interview. You are an author, activist, and information technologist–born in Chicago and […]

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Interview with Peter Gould, Marly

“Peter Gould — playwright, novelist, Shakespearean scholar, director, all around literary provocateur — is one of the most fearless writers alive. With Marly, he has again taken on an urgent subject, no less than saving the earth, with brassy humor, verbal pyrotechnics, and dialogue so vivid, it’s as if a […]

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Interview with Liz Cunningham, Ocean Country

Part XI. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Liz Cunningham is the author of Ocean Country: One Woman’s Voyage from Peril to Hope in Her Quest to Save the Seas (North Atlantic Books) and Talking Politics: Choosing the President in the Television Age (Praeger). Her work has appeared in […]

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Interview with Claudie Arseneault, Wings of Renewal

As I continue to explore the new genre solarpunk, I found an upcoming anthology titled Wings of Renewal: A Solarpunk Dragon Anthology, edited by Claudie Arseneault and Brenda J. Pierson. I recently got a chance to talk with Claudie about solarpunk, dragons, and the anthology. Wings of Renewal will be […]

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Climate Fiction Contest

Thanks to Manjana Milkoreit, from Arizona State University’s Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative, for the announcement of a short story writing contest. From the site: Speculative fiction stories have the power to take abstract policy debates and obscure jargon and turn them into gripping, visceral tales. The emerging subgenre of […]

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Carolyn Welch’s California Poems, Review by Tom Hibbard

Globalism, micro and macro: Carolyn Welch’s California Poems and Felix Guattari’s The Three Ecologies Genesis and Resingularization by Tom Hibbard (Author of The Sacred River of Consciousness) “With the nomad, on the contrary, it is deterritorialization that constitutes the relation to the earth, to such a degree that the nomad […]

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Interview with M Jackson, While Glaciers Slept

Part X. Women Working in Nature and the Arts M Jackson joins our Women Working in Nature and the Arts series. She is an adventurer and environmental educator pursing a doctorate in geography and earth science at the University of Oregon, where she is researching glaciers and climate change in […]

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Richard Friedman’s Writing Process Blog Tour

1. What am I working on now? The Two Worlds of Billy Callahan. 12 year-old Billy inadvertently connects to an ancient “Orb”, left on Earth millions of years ago by a previous civilization that colonized the planet. They ruin the environment, and flee Earth. Billy’s guide on his journey places […]

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Interview with Adam Flynn on Solarpunk

Last year the term solarpunk came onto my radar. I read a piece at Arizona State University’s Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative’s Hieroglyph project called “Solarpunk: Notes toward a manifesto” by Adam Flynn. Having been a cyberpunk and steampunk reader, I thought, wow, solarpunk! This is a reflection and sign […]

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