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Treesong

A climate fiction author and host of a climate change and renewable energy radio show, climate justice advocate and coordinator for a superhero-themed community service group

Salli Hipkiss
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A writer, artist and educator, producing picture books, a novel and songs, with a background teaching and facilitating arts and sustainability with schools and communities.

Richard Kefford

A writer exploring the world through short stories, novels, poetry and non-fiction, who sees climate change as potentially existential for fellow travellers on planet Earth.

Rajat Chaudhuri

A bilingual writer and activist whose works include eco-disaster novel The Butterfly Effect and has worked with international NGOs and the UN Commission on Sustainable Development.

Philip Webb Gregg
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A writer of fiction and non-fiction, focusing primarily on storytelling and eco-criticism to explore the complexities of nature in conflict with the human condition.

Patricia Tavormina

An educator and researcher networking with artists and scientists on climate change and currently writing climate fiction in an effort to make climate science more accessible.

Nick Hunt
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A fiction and non-fiction writer and editor for the Dark Mountain network of writers, artists and thinkers who’ve stopped believing the stories our civilisation tells itself.

Mike Hembury

A writer, musician and photographer, with a regular column on climate change, whose novel, New Clone City (2018), features environmental themes in an urban setting.

Mary Woodbury
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A fiction writer, researcher and curator of websites exploring ecology in fiction and providing ecoliterature resources for writers.

Kate Berry

An environmentalist and anti-capitalist writing fiction about climate change as inheritance in a classic Gothic setting.

Karen Douglass

Author of two cli-fi novels, ‘Accidental Child’ (What if we run out of water?..) and ‘Providence’ (… or too much water, as in sea-level rise?). 

Justina Hart
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A poet, short story writer and performer, and a fledgling singer-songwriter whose first song is an offshoot from her poetry commission from Weatherfronts 2016.

Jennifer Leach
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A poet, writer, performer and storyteller whose wild work, forged in the fantastical reaches of deep imagination, brings to life new stories for our strange times.

Gabriel Gbadamosi

A poet, playwright, essayist, broadcaster and novelist whose latest climate change work is the near-future live performance for radio re-broadcast [sic] of ‘Ireland has struck oil!‘

Emma Howell

A writer, mainly for children and young people, who is passionate about engaging people with climate change and the beauty of the natural world.

Deborah Tomkins
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A writer of long and short fiction and articles, who started writing about climate change to answer the question – ‘How, really, will it be?’

David Thorpe
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A novelist, scriptwriter and writer of comics and graphic novels, as well as a non-fiction writer on carbon-free energy and sustainable development.

Darragh Martin

A writer of plays and children’s books who’s involved in climate activism as a divestment campaigner, member of “BP or not BP?” and an occasional mermaid.

Claire Dean

A writer, editor, performer, project-maker and researcher exploring ways of bringing together traditional story forms and science communication with a focus on ecological wonder tales.

Caroline New

A mother, grandmother, activist, environmentalist and writer, currently editing ‘Blank Times’ – a humorous fantasy set in a post-apocalyptic neo-fascist regime run according to Ten ‘Planetary Principles’.

Brit Griffin
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Author of two near-future cli-fi novels and a writer of poetic/story musings, whose interests lay in reconciling with non-humans and exploring the human/creature boundaries.