Eco-Writers

The Green Gold of Borneo

Click here to return to the series The global novel exists, not as a genre separated from and opposed to other kinds of fictio

Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change

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The Story Collector

Click here to return to the series The global novel exists, not as a genre separated from and opposed to other kinds of fictio

Wide As the Wind

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Solarpunk: Ecological and Fantastical Stories in a Sustainable World

Click here to return to the series Welcome to the first of Eco-fiction.com’s and Dragonfly’s global eco-fiction se

New Features at the Writer’s Workshop

Events: Friday, March 2, 6:30 pm PST to whenever. Wine, whiskey & tea writer’s chat. Impromptu chat with a few folks

Jeff VanderMeer Thoughts on Writing

How to write great fiction without being didactic, while under stress, while living a full life? How to write in your head and

Future Artifacts

© Carolyn Welch. All rights reserved. Summary: Though this has been published before, it is old and I have permission from t

Ecological Weird Fiction

Note: Updated for part 3 of the SSF World series. The Writer’s Workshop isn’t just a place for critique. It’

Ursula K. Le Guin’s Writing Tips

I wrote a personal blog here about Ursula K. Le Guin on how her life inspired me and how her death made me sad but also energi