Book Review: Heart Spring Mountain by Robin MacArthur

Heart Spring Mountain by Robin MacArthur is the story of a woman named Vale who returns to her hometown in rural Vermont in search of her missing mother, Bonnie. Along the way, the story touches on the lives of several generations of women in Vale’s family and the role of climate change in the storm that led to Bonnie’s disappearance.

Posted in Book Reviews, Cli-Fi, Climate, Climate Fiction (Plot), Global Warming, Literary Fiction, Women's Literature

Spring is Coming

Spring is coming.

Carbondale Spring is a visionary development proposal for the city of Carbondale, Illinois. This proposal serves as both a local response to the global climate crisis and as a solution to many other challenges and needs facing Carbondale on a local and regional level.

Posted in Carbondale Spring, Climate Justice, Environmental Justice, Global Warming, IL, Politics, Southern Illinois, Voting

Captain Marvel and the Evolution of Justice in the MCU

All of this scrutiny on the politics of Captain Marvel led me to ask an important question about these complex, fascinating, and endlessly entertaining films that have been captivating the imaginations of millions of fans for over a decade now. What is the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s concept of justice?

Posted in Politics, Superheroes

Best Climate Fiction of 2018

The new year’s finally here! You may have already celebrated with some of your favorite New Year’s Eve traditions: counting down to midnight, drinking champaign, making resolutions for the new year. Now that 2019 is in full swing, I invite you to join me in one of my favorite year-end traditions: looking back at the best examples of the past year of climate fiction.

Posted in Book Reviews, Books, Cli-Fi, Cli-Fi Plus, Climate, Climate Fiction (Plot), Climate Fiction (Refugees), Climate Fiction (Setting), Dystopian, Global Warming, Goodbye Miami, Literary Fiction, sci-fi, Sea Level Rise, Speculative Fiction, Treesong's Books, utopian, Women's Literature
My name is Treesong. I'm a father, author, talk radio host, and Real Life Superhero. I live in Carbondale, Southern Illinois. I write novels, short stories, and poetry, mostly about the climate.

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