In January, I had the chance to interview Canadian author Craig Russell. We talked about his novel Fragment, and Craig shared a reading from the book.
Looking for Black cli-fi and ecofiction authors? From Octavia E. Butler to Tochi Onyebuchi, here are the authors you should read next.
Joel Burcat is an author of environmental legal thrillers and a retired environmental lawyer for the state of Pennsylvania.
Isaac Yuen is a Chinese-Canadian nature writer and the founder of Ekostories. I talked to Isaac in September to hear about his newest story.
Joan Gregerson is the author of Climate Action Challenge. Watch our full conversation about taking climate action here.
Climate fiction is a growing genre, and it can be hard to know where to start. Here are the best cli-fi books, movies, and short stories.
Sarah Holding is a YA cli-fi writer from the UK and author of the new novel CHAMELEON. We got to interview her over Instagram Live.
Climate fiction or cli-fi is a form of speculative fiction that centers around climate change. I believe it can help us develop emotional resilience to deal with climate change.
Octavia Butler's Parable of the Talents can teach us the mental skills we need to respond and adapt to climate change.
Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler has a lot to teach us about responding to climate change. Read our analysis of major themes like hyperempathy, resilience, and more.