Everything Change: An Anthology of Climate Fiction is a newly released digital book of speculative fiction that, as the title suggests, explores some of the near-future impacts of climate change. To quote the Foreward by Kim Stanley Robinson, “This book collects a number of new and exciting stories about things that will be happening soon, as people try to adapt to a changing climate and its impacts on our biosphere.”
The title Everything Change is drawn from a quote by Margaret Atwood.
Here is the Table of Contents of the collection:
- Kim Stanley Robinson, Foreword
- Manjana Milkoreit, Meredith Martinez, and Joey Eschrich, Editors’ Introduction
- Adam Flynn and Andrew Dana Hudson, “Sunshine State”
- Kelly Cowley, “Shrinking Sinking Land”
- Matthew S. Henry, “Victor and the Fish”
- Ashley Bevilacqua Anglin, “Acqua Alta”
- Daniel Thron, “The Grandchild Paradox”
- Kathryn Blume, “Wonder of the World”
- Stirling Davenport, “Masks”
- Diana Rose Harper, “Thirteenth Year”
- Henrietta Hartl, “LOSD and Fount”
- Shauna O’Meara, “On Darwin Tides”
- Lindsay Redifer, “Standing Still”
- Yakos Spiliotopoulos, “Into the Storm”
- Ed Finn, “Praying for Rain: An Interview with Paolo Bacigalupi”
This fabulous collection of work is a product of the Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative at Arizona State University and is available as a free download in multiple formats here.
More great futures work from ASU!