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This is the third in a series of three posts about climate fiction. You can find the first here and the second here. If a citizen living in pre-20th century Britain were to be told that in the future they … Continue reading
This is number two in a series of three blog posts about climate fiction around the following discussion to be held at the Life Centre, Newcastle on 14 September 2022: https://www.life.org.uk/events/cli-fi. Read the first post here. Humanity – and I … Continue reading
I’m David Thorpe, a writer of climate fiction amongst other things, including lots of academic books and articles on climate change, but I’m probably best known for my work for Marvel comics. I wrote a comic book in 1990 for … Continue reading