Nine ways to help you start writing climate fiction today

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

Boatbuilding School Education Director

The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding in Port Hadlock, Wash., has named Pamela Roberts director of education and services administrator. Roberts comes to the position with over 33 years of educational experience, including work as a university faculty member, public school principal, teacher, and educational consultant. Roberts earned her Masters of Education in Educational Leadership … More Boatbuilding School Education Director

Project Shiphunt Results

The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary has announced the discovery of two Great Lakes shipwrecks. The discoveries were part of Project Shiphunt, an exciting archaeological expedition, sponsored by Sony and the Intel Corp., that included five high school students from Saginaw, Michigan. In May, the students undertook the adventure of a lifetime: hunt for a … More Project Shiphunt Results