We are a group of authors who believe in the necessity of climate action, immediately and absolutely.
Fiction is one of the best ways to inspire passion, empathy and action in readers. Our works raise awareness of climate change, and encourage action at the individual, corporate and government levels.
“A body of writers working for a common cause cannot fail to influence public opinion.” – Women Writers Suffrage League, 1908
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Our newsletter runs every two weeks, and each issue features an essay about writing climate fiction by one of our members, an interview with the author of a newly published book, and a round-up of recent climate news.
by Frederick Turner, plus a discussion between Hannah Gold and Joanne O’Connell about their new books Apocalypse is an epic poem about catastrophic climate change in the next several decades and a parallel catastrophic social crisis. A climate tipping-point happens, the Antarctic ice sheets collapse, and the existing answers prove ineffective. But the word “apocalypse”Continue reading “Geoengineering in Poetry”
Waiting for the Night Song by Julie Carrick Dalton was published this month by Forge. I talk to the author of the adult contemporary novel about her new release, and her motivations for writing about climate change. Tell us about your new book. Cadie Kessler, a forestry researcher, is in the middle of trying toContinue reading “Interview with Julie Carrick Dalton”
The climate crisis is upon us, and while meaningful action may be hampered by our politics and short-term mindsets prioritizing profit, our imaginations remain unfettered to envision a brighter future. A future that hasn’t been polluted by our overreliance on fossil fuels or soiled by plastic waste or sullied by habitat loss and the inevitableContinue reading “How to Build a Solarpunk City by Lauren C. Teffeau”