You’re a science fiction or literary writer. You know climate change is important, but you’re unsure about what story to tell. Here’s some prompts to get you thinking. … More 10 extra writing prompts for stories about climate change
I’ve been heads down on completing the third manuscript for my planned fantasy trilogy, the Future History of the Grail. The series takes a new slant on the Arthurian legends, updating characters, settings, and placing the entire world a thousand years into the future. … More A major milestone: three new manuscripts
It’s exciting when you get two pieces of great news in the same week. … More A new short story is published; another award from a prestigious contest
I’ve just received my copy of the latest anthology to include one of my short stories. … More Wow! My second sci-fi anthology this month
Two-Hour Transport is a new anthology of science fiction, fantasy, and horror by Seattle-area authors. … More I’ve been published in a new sci-fi anthology
Author Brenda Cooper’s Wilders, the first of a two-book series dubbed “Project Earth,” ticks off all the main boxes for solarpunk. … More Review: Wilders’ solarpunk world engages despite a problematic protagonist
Wired for Story explains storytelling in the context of brain science and human evolution. For me, it clarified some of the truisms of writing, while shedding light on why storytelling matters. … More Review: What science teaches writers about storytelling
Science fiction is more than spaceships, lasers and aliens. Some novels remind us that ordinary academic science can be quite dramatic. … More Review: Watermelon Snow needs more to reach its ambition
How would you like to order up the weather, just like you order a pizza with pineapple, but no anchovies? That’s the fantasy that comes to life for Bronwyn Artair, a weather forecaster for a rural New England TV station in the novel, Weather Woman. … More Review: Weather Woman is a fantasy about control and illusion
A new sub-genre of science fiction—climate fiction—has taken hold. Read these 14 lesser-known climate fiction novels and anthologies. … More Read these 14 lesser-known climate fiction novels and anthologies
My Five Questions series is back after a hiatus, and I’m excited to present the answers of Cai Emmons, author of a fascinating new novel, Weather Woman. Climate change plays a big role in this story of a young broadcast meteorologist who discovers a unique talent: she can not only predict the weather, she can … More Five Questions: Cai Emmons, author of Weather Woman
Use these global warming writing prompts to spark your narrative imagination. … More 10 more writing prompts for stories about climate change
Author Robin MacArthur shows how to demonstrate climate change’s impact without the necessity of thrilling drama. … More Heart Spring Mountain is a poetic approach to the emotional consequences of a changing world
One of my stories is published in the new anthology, After the Orange: Ruin and Recovery. … More One my stories is in a new anthology, After the Orange, about a post-Trump world.
Is “preachiness” a problem for climate fiction writers? … More Do climate fiction writers suffer from “preachiness” syndrome?
Here’s 10 authors you may not have read, but whom offer amazing and thoughtful stories about a warmed future. … More 10 amazing authors who put climate change into their novels
Climate change is the new normal. Frequent torrential rains, extended heat waves, and Category 5 hurricanes affect readers more and more often, and writers need to reflect these experiences in their short stories and novels. How do you incorporate long-term, usually invisible trends in your romances, adventures, mysteries, and other genre fiction, as well as … More Nine ways to help you start writing climate fiction today
My climate fiction novel Restoration is now available for download! … More Restoration is now available for you to enjoy!
City of Ice and Dreams, the third book in the Tales From A Warming Planet climate fiction series, is now available on Amazon in print and Kindle, Kobo, Nook, and for your iPad. … More City of Ice and Dreams is released! Download now.
If you want to understand the Chinese mind, read its science fiction. … More You’d better start reading Chinese science fiction right now