As the climate crisis grows ever clearer, the best fiction can help realign our conception of nature
As our real-world ecosystem further devolves, we’ll soon move into the pining-for-our-ex-phase of the relationship – watching the BBC’s Planet Earth documentaries like old wedding videos after a nasty divorce. But books can reconfigure our conception of nature for the better.
My new novel, Greenwood, begins in 2038 on a remote island off the Pacific coast of British Columbia, where wealthy...
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