Climate Fiction has been on the rise for a few years now (kinda like the average temperature of the Earth). Here’s NiTH’s best Climate Fiction, all in one place.
Our Favourite Climate Fiction Short Stories
Batteries | Sarah Henry
It’s a little things that count. Comfort from the melting rains, a holgram to replace that missing arm. Hell you can even feel the fingers tingling.
Nowhere To Hide | J Perry Kelly
A touch of humour runs through this moving action sequence about a bitter and ex-marine who is faced with an impossible choice.
Days Of Tomorrow | Lachlan Bullivant
Eliza’s drawing catches the eye of her father.
Blood Trees | Lisa Fritz
A secluded commune hides a terrible secret.
Corcovado Beach | Maya Spore
“Faith had long deserted the place that Rio de Janeiro had become. “
Family Man | Clarissa N G
Two men in a bar discuss impending fortunes.
Drowning | Dakoda Barker
Kevin and his roommates debate what to do about climate refugees.
Summer Holiday | Alayna Cole
Two friends embark on a trip to see the ruins of a past civilisation.
Climate Controlled | Rhiannon Cowan
500 humans remain after a climate apocalypse with only the Internet’s ghostly social networks to keep them connected.
Future Vision | Ingrid Coram
Kate knows the future. But what she sees might not be to everyone’s liking.
This Humdrum Island | Joshua Keeling
What’s a lonely little island to do when a man and a television set wash up on shore.
Reunion | George Garnett
Sally’s mother is gone, but Sally doesn’t buy her Father’s explanations.