Interview: G.G. Kellner, Author of “Hope, A History of the Future”
G.G. Kellner joins the podcast to discuss her debut novel, Hope, A History of the Future. She and Forrest discuss hope, resilience, and how to build a better world.
Interview: Joel Burcat, Author of “Strange Fire”
Joel Burcat is back with a new Mike Jacobs environmental legal thriller: Strange Fire. I had the chance to interview Joel about his new book.
“New York 2140” by Kim Stanley Robinson: Summary & Analysis
New York 2140 is the story of how a future New York City adapts to climate change and works to build a better world.
Interview: Alison Stine, Author of “Trashlands”
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.
Interview: Cheryl Grey Bostrom, Author of “Sugar Birds”
Cheryl Grey Bostrom is a naturalist, photographer, poet, and author of the new novel Sugar Birds. She discusses her new book in this interview.
A Discussion of “The Day After Tomorrow” with Dr. Yanas Kisten
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.
Interview: Jonathon Keats on His Atlanta River Time Project
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: Summary & Analysis
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.
Coming Soon: Stories for Earth Season 3
Season 3 of Stories for Earth is coming soon to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Sticher, or wherever you get podcasts. Subscribe for updates on new episodes!
Interview: Sam Beckbessinger and Simon Nicholson of “Survive the Century”
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.