Climate Fiction (Refugees)

Cyber Monday Climate Fiction Sale

November 26 is Cyber Monday! My novels, Change and Goodbye Miami, are both on sale for 99 cents. My short story anthologies, Cli-Fi Plus and Strange Beginnings, are both available for FREE! These low prices are only available on November 26, so take advantage of them while you can.

Posted in Books, Change, Cli-Fi, Cli-Fi Plus, Climate, Climate Fiction (Plot), Climate Fiction (Refugees), Global Warming, Goodbye Miami, Literary Fiction, Real Life Superheroes, Southern Illinois, Strange Beginnings, Treesong's Books

Book Review: Blackfish City by Sam J. Miller

Blackfish City by Sam J. Miller is a remarkably creative and compelling story about a floating city in the ocean at the top of the world that survives a global collapse caused by climate change. Colorful characters, a riveting plot, and a surreal-yet-believable setting come together to tell the tale of a strange, alienating, and at times terrifying new world born in the wake of the collapse of society as we know it.

Posted in Book Reviews, Cli-Fi, Climate Fiction (Refugees), Climate Fiction (Setting), Dystopian

Book Review: Exodus by Julie Bertagna

Exodus by Julie Bertagna is a compelling coming-of-age tale in a world ravaged by catastrophic sea level rise. The colorful characters, the contrasting low-tech and high-tech communities of survivors, and the long and interesting heroic journey of a young woman displaced by climate change, come together to make this an entertaining and thought-provoking story.

Posted in Book Reviews, Cli-Fi, Climate Fiction (Plot), Climate Fiction (Refugees), Dystopian, Sea Level Rise, Young Adult

Book Review: Salvage by Alexandra Duncan

Salvage by Alexandra Duncan is the tale of a young woman’s journey from subservience to independence. Ava is born into a surprisingly conservative spacefaring culture and struggles to survive when her tribe condemns her. It’s a surprisingly rich and complex young adult tale that includes significant references to climate change. I recommend it to anyone who’s looking for women’s literature, cli-fi, an intriguing look at a conservative spacefaring culture, or just a good read in general.

Posted in Book Reviews, Cli-Fi, Climate Fiction (Refugees), Climate Fiction (Setting), Women's Literature, Young Adult
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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