Will “Goodbye Miami” Become A Reality?

Flood-SignMy second novel, Goodbye Miami, features a dramatic rise in sea level between now and the year 2030. This was mostly just a literary device — a simple way to explore the consequences of sea level rise in the near future rather than telling a story in some distant future where AI is self-aware, warp drive is real, and the Cubs have won the World Series.

I was obviously concerned about real-life sea level rise. That’s why I chose to write a climate fiction (cli-fi) novel. But I didn’t actually assume that the city of Miami would be swallowed up by the sea in less than two decades.

Now, I’m starting to wonder. Read more ›

Posted in Books, Cli-Fi, Global Warming, Goodbye Miami, Politics, Sea Level Rise, Treesong's Books

Climate Novelists Writing Process Blog Tour

bookstore-1488357-640x480The Climate Novelists Writing Process Blog Tour is a simple way for cli-fi authors to share their thoughts about their writing process. Each author answers four questions and shares their response on their blog or on Eco-Fiction.com. You can find these four questions and my answers below.
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Posted in Cli-Fi

Free Short Story Collection

My short story collection, Strange Beginnings, is now available for free on Smashwords! This updated edition of Strange Beginnings includes the original stories plus sample chapters from my other books, Change and Goodbye Miami.

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Posted in Books, Cli-Fi, Strange Beginnings, Treesong's Books

New Website Software

drupal-to-wordpressWelcome to the latest incarnation of treesong.org! After years of running my website using various versions of Drupal, I’ve finally decided to make the switch to WordPress. Drupal is great and all, but WordPress is really more appropriate for my needs.

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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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