In this interview, we talk about the role of art in facing the climate emergency and about some of the issues in the book that we can see in real life today.
Cheryl Grey Bostrom is a naturalist, photographer, poet, and author of the new novel Sugar Birds. She discusses her new book in this interview.
The Day After Tomorrow is one of the biggest films ever made about climate change. Forrest and Yanas of Geekoscopy discuss the film in this special episode.
Jonathon Keats—an experimental philosopher, artist, and writer—appears on the Stories for Earth podcast to discuss his Atlanta River Time project.
How Beautiful We Were by Imbolo Mbue is the story of one small African village as it fights for justice from an American oil company.
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Sam Beckbessinger and Simon Nicholson are two co-creators of the new video game, Survive the Century, a choose-your-own-adventure game about the climate crisis.
Costa Boutsikaris is a documentary filmmaker from New York and co-director and cinematographer of the new documentary "Inhabitants: An Indigenous Perspective."
Nina Munteanu is a Canadian scientist and author. We discuss her new novel, A Diary in the Age of Water, in this hour-long podcast interview.
C.C. Berke is the award-winning author of Man, Kind in addition to multiple short stories. In this interview, we discuss his debut novel.