The Weight of Light: A Collection of Solar Futures is an innovative collection of short stories and essays that explore four different takes on what a solar-powered future will look like.
Category: Climate Fiction (Plot)
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.
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.
Fragment by Craig Russell is the exciting tale of an enormous fragment of Antarctic ice that breaks off into the ocean, wreaking havoc on the human and non-human world. If you have an interest in climate fiction stories, seafaring adventure stories, communication with whales, or all of the above, be sure to check this one out.