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
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
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
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
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
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?
I’ve been inspired by fellow writers, particularly my friend Ramona Ridgewell, to experiment with making my short stories available online as audio readings. It’s sort of a no-brainer, given my background in radio and skills in audio production, and I’ve been thinking about it for a long time as a way to promote myself and … More Reading: A War Beyond War, And I Am the Only Soldier