Eco-fiction at Word on the Street, Vancouver


Community Garden “Eco-fiction, memoir, and a variety of non-fiction presentations” We are hosting an Eco-fiction stage at 2016’s Word on the Street, Vancouver, BC. Find us at the Community Garden tent on Homer Street, September 25th, from 11:00 – 12:30 … Read more

Climate Change Novel Survey from Yale


Thanks so much to Matthew Schneider-Mayerson, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Yale, for notifying me some time ago about a survey he has developed to find out who reads climate change fiction and to get some sense of what … Read more

Interview with Annis Pratt, Infinite Games


Part XIV. Women Working in Nature and the Arts Annis Pratt’s novels are full of passion for the natural world and enthusiasm for the details of everyday life. Her invented worlds are more realistic than fantastic, her fiction speculative about … Read more

Who Pooped in Central Park, Gary D. Robson


Join four intrepid kids as they discover the surprising variety of wildlife that lives in New York City’s premier park. The animals themselves are sometimes hard to find, but their poop is everywhere! Follow Tony, Lily, Emma, and Jackson as … Read more

Surfacing, Margaret Atwood


Though this is an older book, we have plenty of early literature to add to, and I was reminded of this novel when reading an article in the India Tribune. Surfacing is a work permeated with an aura of … Read more

The Race, Nina Allan


Set in a future Great Britain scarred by fracking and ecological collapse, The Race is the first full-length novel from Nina Allan, winner of the 2014 BSFA Award for Best Short Fiction (Spin, TTA Press), and the prestigious Grand Prix … Read more

Joe Higheagle Series, Samuel Marquis


I. Blind Trust Horrific earthquakes are devastating the Front Range between Denver and Colorado Springs in an area long believed to be seismically quiescent. They are being generated by ruptures along cryptic, mysterious, deeply buried thrust faults (blind thrusts) that, … Read more

Ice Canyon Monster, Keith Rommel


The Eskimo people of Greenland have grown tired of the damage being done to their country. Global warming from emissions that stem from the shipping lanes that run between Canada and Greenland has made people that live close to the … Read more

The Lamentations of Zeno, Ilija Trojanow


The Lamentations of Zeno is an extraordinary evocation of the fragile and majestic wonders to be found at a far corner of the globe, written by a novelist who is a renowned travel writer. Poignant and playful, the novel recalls … Read more