Green Futurist Literary Writers

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Green Literary Writers on Climate (and their dire climate warnings on the future of humanity)


Wonder about the Future?

As we grapple with the present-day effects of climate change—and as we try to imagine what it’ll be like to live with its effects in the future—the future-making potential of the novel will increasingly be used to explore the role humanity plays in the story of our world, and to design possible future outcomes for both human and nonhuman life.

Paolo Bacigalupi - The Water Knife /

Matt Bell - Appleseed /

Octavia Butler - Parable of the Sower /

Diane Cook - The New Wilderness /

N.K. Jemisen - The Fifth Season /

Ursula Le Guin - The Word for World is Forest /

Sam J. Miller - Blackfish City /

Chana Porter - The Seep /

Rebecca Roanhorse - Trail of Lightning /

Jeff VanderMeer - Annihilation /

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