Stories of environmental change, both local and global, with humans drama at the heart of the issue.
To be, or not to be? Are we engineers aboard a space age air balloon or just figments of ‘another’ imagination.
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.
So often, the right choices are the hardest ones.
Who has lost their faith in the other first? That’s a (rhetorical) question from Judge J on this week’s winning entry. If there’s a consistent theme through the CLIMATE FICTION stories, it’s of characters searching for humanity. Be it human […]
A story about compassion during the biggest humanitarian crisis in history as Kevin and his roommates debate what to do about refugees.
A Story Like Icarus Reunion by George Garnett Today is the third anniversary of mommy’s disappearance and daddy decides to take little Sally to the cliff. It’s a quiet, bright, sunny day and this makes little Sally smile. ‘No sudden […]
A Story About A Really Bad Day Meet Cute by Jewel Gray “You are fired.” Those rumbling words replay over and over again in my mind as I trudge home carrying a box stuffed with my personal belongings. […]
“No more clocks that strike 13 and starships to Mars. We need to save the earth first.” – Dan Bloom, 2014 I was thirteen when I saw my first climate fiction (a.k.a. ‘cli-fi’) film, although I didn’t have that name […]