Dan Bloom is doing a very good thing for cli-fi and the underlying motivation of it, whether an author quite begins with that motivation or it emerges from the writing process. Thanks for your questions Dan: northwardho.blogspot.com/2020/01/eliza- There is much good stuff on blogspot above.
Novel 'O Man of Clay.' After sea-level rise. https://www.stairwellbooks.co.uk/
- Eliza Mood, novel 'O Man of Clay,' Stairwell Books, 2020
- County Durham, United Kingdom
- 'O Man of Clay,' set in Hartlepool and Siberia in the near future while the tundra is thawing and the sea level rising, was published in January 2020 by Stairwell Books.
Sunday, 19 January 2020
Dan Bloom and cli-fi (climate fiction)
'O Man of Clay,' set in Hartlepool and Siberia in the near future while the tundra is thawing and the sea level rising, was published in January 2020 by Stairwell Books.
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