Solarpunk is a type of optimistic science fiction that imagines a future founded on renewable energies. The seventeen stories in this volume are not dull utopias—they grapple with real issues such as the future and ethics of our food sources, the connection between technology and nature, and the interpersonal conflicts […]Read More
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Loosed Upon the World: The Saga Anthology of Climate Fiction contains short stories about climate change collected by Lightspeed Magazine. The authors include John Joseph Adams (editor), Paolo Bacigalupi, Robert Silverberg, Alan Dean Foster, Kim Stanley Robinson, Vandana Singh, Angela Penrose, Chris Bachelder , Gregory Benford, Nicole Feldringer, Jason Gurley, […]Read More
Thanks very much to Red Constantino, from the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities–publisher of the new book Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change–for permissions to excerpt the cover and other information about the book, and for providing assistance in finding out more about this amazing title. Blockquotes […]Read More
Project Hieroglyph brings scientists and science fiction writers together to create positive visions of the future. From the Hieroglyph website: This anthology unites twenty of today’s leading thinkers, writers, and visionaries—among them Cory Doctorow, Gregory Benford, Elizabeth Bear, Bruce Sterling, and Neal Stephenson—to contribute works of “techno-optimism” that challenge us […]Read More
A thought-provoking collaborative anthology on the theme of climate change, featuring short stories from RJ Astruc, Rachel Lynn Brody, Miranda Doerfler, Sare Liz Gordy and Eric Sipple, with illustrations by Hannah Werdmuller and cover design by Sarah Hartley. Authors: Rachel Lynn Brody (Editor/Author), R.J. Astruc, Miranda Doerfler, Sare Liz Gordy, […]Read More
The magnitude of the global climate crisis is such that even the most committed environmentalists are liable to live in a state of denial. The award-winning writers collected here have made it their task to shake off this disbelief, bringing the incomprehensible within our grasp and shaping an emotional response […]Read More