• Mary replied to the topic SF and Climate Change in the Conversation Big Ideas 7 years, 3 months ago

    Oops, I couldn’t edit the above. Moby Dick is actually listed on a few eco-fiction sites, so I added it. It was published in 1851, the date on my database. At least it’s correct on the book field, so I will have to check why it is listed as 1970 on the database. I think there’s a bug because the date fields didn’t go back to 1851, so I manually…[Read more]

  • Mary replied to the topic SF and Climate Change in the Conversation Big Ideas 7 years, 3 months ago

    Hi Geoffrey, as noted in my post above, the site began with archiving climate fiction and only recently began to expand to other environmental works, so I’m just now working on expanding the other category. I also note at the site that I do include some notable non-fiction essays. The category of eco-fiction is quite broad, I think. And if you…[Read more]

  • I just mentioned this in another thread, but Google+ has a public group devoted to discussing climate change and other environmental themes in literature and the arts. I run the group, and it is moderated by others in the climate change author, blogger, and poet community.

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  • Mary replied to the topic SF and Climate Change in the Conversation Big Ideas 7 years, 3 months ago

    Hi All,

    I read the OP’s piece when it came out and have been following climate change themes in fiction and art for quite a while (I also wrote a climate change novel from 2009-20012). A little more than a year ago I began cataloging climate change books at clifibooks.com. Last month I changed the domain to eco-fiction.com in order to more…[Read more]

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