15 Best Climate Fiction Blogs and Websites

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Climate Fiction Blogs

Here are 15 Best Climate Fiction Blogs you should follow in 2023

1. Dragonfly

Dragonfly Dragonfly.eco is a place to find meaningful stories about our natural world and humanity's connection with it. The site explores the wild, crazy, and breathtaking literary trail of eco-fiction, with a large book database, spotlights, interviews, and more, raising awareness of the impact and diversity of storytelling that explores climate change.
2.2K 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

2. Solarpunk Magazine Blog

Solarpunk Magazine Blog Eugene, Oregon, US
Read in-depth reviews, analyses, excerpts, and interviews of eminent people and works from the Climate Fiction Genre in this blog focusing on creating awareness around Climate Change through literature. Solarpunk Magazine is an online publication imagining a better world through optimistic speculative literature.
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5.4K 4 posts / month Get Email Contact More

3. David Thorpe Blog

David Thorpe Blog Wales, UK
David Thorpe discourses expertise on what makes good Climate Fiction. He also reviews other works and talks about the importance of Climate Fiction in the modern literary world. David is a valued author, journalist, consultant, workshop leader and inspirational speaker in the fields of zero/low carbon energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable architecture.
1.9K 3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More

4. Treesong Blog

Treesong Blog Illinois, US
Candid thoughts and insightful moments from Author, Talk Radio Host, and Real-Life Superhero Patrick O'Neill aka Treesong. Treesong is the founder and current branch leader of the Illinois Initiative (ILI), the local branch of the international Initiative Collective.
517 1K 706 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

5. Climate Fiction Writers League Blog

Climate Fiction Writers League Blog Detroit, Michigan, US
We are a group of authors who believe in the necessity of climate action, immediately and absolutely. Fiction is one of the best ways to inspire passion, empathy and action in readers. Our works raise awareness of climate change, and encourage action at the individual, corporate and government levels.
22.2K 990 1 post / week Get Email Contact More

6. J.G. Follansbee

J.G. Follansbee Seattle, Washington, US
Check out the latest posts featuring Book details, Announcements, Blurbs, and free Short stories by J.G. Follansbee. Follansbee is a Seattle-based writer working on a series of speculative fiction novels and short stories with climate change themes. The site sometimes also features interviews and other promotional material.
222 1.7K 3 posts / year Get Email Contact More

7. Climate Lab Book

Climate Lab Book UK
This blog is an experiment in 'open source' climate science. It is written by climate scientists, but open to anyone to see.
2.7K 7.6K Get Email Contact More

8. The Conversation » Climate Fiction

The Conversation » Climate Fiction Victoria, Australia
Browse Climate fiction news, research, and analysis from The Conversation. The Conversation is the world's leading publisher of research-based news and analysis.
4.5K 7.1K Get Email Contact More

9. P. L. Tavormina Blog

P. L. Tavormina Blog California, US
P. L. Tavormina is a writer, biologist, geneticist, a microbial ecologist. She worked on the human genome project, then switched gears to study fossil fuel disasters. In her blog, she shares updates on her works, new book excerpts, free literature, discussion on various Climate Fiction themes, and other useful links.
3.6K 2 posts / year Get Email Contact More

10. Climate Stories Project Blog

Climate Stories Project Blog Tennessee, US
The Climate Stories Project Blog features personal stories, anecdotes, and experiences about witnessing the effects of Climate Change from its members and ambassadors. The Climate Stories Project (CSP) is an educational and artistic forum for sharing stories about personal and community responses to climate change.
772 1 post / year Get Email Contact More

11. William A. Liggett Blog

William A. Liggett Blog Boulder, Colorado, US
Bill Liggett writes fiction that blends behavioral and earth sciences in the new literary genre 'cli-fi,' or climate fiction. His goal is to paint a hopeful future, based on solutions to global warming.
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12. A.E. Copenhaver

A.E. Copenhaver California, US
A.E. Copenhaver is a writer, editor, science communicator, and climate interpreter. She's worked in the environmental and nonprofit sectors for nearly a decade. Here she updates readers on her latest activities and shares details from her upcoming works.
303 9 posts / day Get Email Contact More

13. Weather Menders Blog

Weather Menders Blog New Mexico, US
Weather Menders is a blog by Debra Denkers where she jots down her thoughts and opinions as well as recounts recent experiences from her life. The blog is intended as a helpful resource for her debut Novel Weather Menders, a Cli-Fi Time Traveling fantasy set in 2050's London.
171 37 2 posts / year Get Email Contact More

14. The Climate Reader

The Climate Reader Berlin, Germany
My name is Jelka. Welcome to my climate reading journal. In this space, I share my thoughts on climate change in literature, activism, and my personal journey as a climate-conscious reader.
6 posts / year Get Email Contact More

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Climate Fiction Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Climate Fiction. Get Spreadsheet.
Blogger Name Email Blog Link Total Blog Posts
Solarpunk Magazine solarpunkmagazine.com/blog 32
Lauren James climate-fiction.org/blog 28
theclimatereader theclimatereader.com 13
Ed Hawkins climate-lab-book.ac.uk 12
Bill Liggett williamliggett.com/cli-fi-blog 10
Adeline Johns-Putra, Reader in English Literature, theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Chelsea Haith, DPhil Candidate in Contemporary Eng theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Chris Pak, Lecturer in English Literature, Swansea theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Colin Yeo, Honorary Research Fellow, English and C theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Firmin DeBrabander, Professor of Philosophy, Maryl theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Jenny Bavidge, University Senior Lecturer in Engli theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Lauren Griffin, Adjunct Associate of Sociology, Un theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Philip Steer, Senior Lecturer in English, Massey U theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Robert Kopp, Professor, Department of Earth & theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick, Research Fellow, UNSW S theconversation.com/global/topics/climate-fiction-29777 1
Kiba Da Wolf solarpunkmagazine.com/blog 1
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