writer – fiction
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.
A writer of long and short fiction and articles, who started writing about climate change to answer the question – ‘How, really, will it be?’
A novelist, scriptwriter and writer of comics and graphic novels, as well as a non-fiction writer on carbon-free energy and sustainable development.
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.
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.
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.
A writer, mainly for children and young people, who is passionate about engaging people with climate change and the beauty of the natural world.
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.
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.
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.
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!‘
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?).
An environmentalist and anti-capitalist writing fiction about climate change as inheritance in a classic Gothic setting.