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Oct 27, 2020

In episode 123 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts returning guest - climate fiction expert - Dr. Amy Brady!  This is Amy’s third time on the podcast and we catch up on topics like:  climate writers reaching out to scientists; can cli-fi influence people’s behavior to take action on climate change; is a climate pulp fiction emerging; how the tv and movie industry are taking note of climate fiction; the prevalence of climate justice in cli-fi; and the challenges of storytelling when climate change is a recurring story device. These and other topics are covered with this conversation with Dr. Amy Brady!  

Topics covered:

  • How climate fiction writers are reaching out to climate scientists.
  • Is climate ‘pulp fiction’ emerging?
  • Turning people into climate activists through climate fiction!
  • The current state of climate fiction.
  • How climate fiction is making the leap to movies and TV.
  • Updated survey work of Matthew Schneider-Mayerson
  • Is climate justice showing up in climate fiction work?
  • How can you write fiction when climate change is the bad guy in every story.

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