I feel like I’m on a roll. I’ve had two of my climate fiction stories published in the last month. … More Two of my climate fiction stories are out. Read one online right now.
I’m pleased to announce that my flash fiction story, “The Great Greenland Quilting Bee,” has been published in the new climate fiction anthology, Extinction Notice: Tales of a Warming Earth. … More New climate fiction anthology has published my short story
My first audiobook is nearly complete! Fall of the Green Land will be available on Amazon and Audible in the next couple of weeks. … More Audiobook news: Production complete on Fall of the Green Land
All three books in my series, The Future History of the Grail, are available free for Kindle today through Sunday. … More All 3 Grail books are free today; A new sci-fi anthology is out
Read the first thousand words of my novel, Restoration, the fourth book in my series, Tales From A Warming Planet. … More Read the first thousand words of Restoration
Read the first thousand words of City of Ice and Dreams, book three of my series, Tales From A Warming Planet. … More Read the first thousand words of City of Ice and Dreams
Read the first thousand words of Carbon Run, the second book in my sci-fi series, Tales From A Warming Planet. … More Read the first thousand words of Carbon Run
In 2019, I started a long-term project called “Future Climates,” which is a series of short stories inspired by geoengineering. These are grand-scale technologies proposed to roll back or block the effects of climate change. … More Three amazing technologies that could fix climate change
In the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, a scenario came to pass straight from a science fiction writing prompt. The air above the industrial city of Wuhan, China, the first epicenter of the global outbreak, emptied of pollution. … More How to write about climate change in a time of coronavirus and racism
The coronavirus pandemic has upset nearly every person’s life, but nothing really has changed on the longer-term threat to humanity, climate change. As a writer, I’ve specialized in putting climate change themes in my fiction, but I haven’t touched the pandemic, at least not yet. … More Writers, here’s a chance to publish your pandemic climate fiction
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
I’m thrilled to participate in the first Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America reading series of 2019 in Seattle and Portland. … More Come to my free readings in Seattle and Portland
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
I was thrilled to work with podcasters Ben Franke and Marie Kammerer-Franke on two episodes of their epic Indie Beginning podcast, which features independent authors, such as myself. They recently published two podcasts related to my work. The first podcast was a reading of chapter one of Carbon Run, the first full-length novel in my … More Download the podcast of Carbon Run, chapter one
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.
Here’s some writing prompts inspired by the changes to our planet caused by rising temperatures. … More 10 writing prompts to help you write stories about climate change
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
Interested in reading climate fiction? Check out Tales From A Warming Planet. On sale now! 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, … More Nine ways to help you start writing climate fiction today