Cai Emmons discusses her new novel, SINKING ISLANDS.
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Alex DiFrancesco discusses their new novel, ALL CITY.
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Poison now snakes into what’s left of the water. ...more
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Take that, Mom and Dad. Turns out studying literature can be practical. The Atlantic looks at the evolution of climate fiction, a new genre that’s getting readers interested in environmental issues and inspiring students to study STEM subjects: In this respect, cli-fi is a truly modern literary phenomenon: born as a meme and raised into […]