Letters from the Future presents a sample of hopeful stories, written by people who care deeply about New Brunswick.
A fast-paced fantasy YA novel, Reversing Time tackles vital themes in today's society--such as climate change and the environment--within the context of an exciting page-turner.
H. M. S. Smith’s latest book, Planet Digby photo book comments on climate change and the tenacity of humankind. The photo book’s collection of abstract photographs serves, in part, as a commentary on climate change and humankind’s relationship with the planet.
Centuries from now, in a dying boreal forest in what used to be northern Canada, Kyo, a young acolyte called to service in the Exodus, yearns for Earth’s past–the Age of Water, before the “Water Twins” destroyed humanity.
In the introduction to Rising Tides, Sandilands states that climate change stories “focus increasingly on thornier questions of persistence, adaptation, resistance, and renewal” instead of apocalypse. Ultimately, the short fiction, poetry and personal climate testimonies in this climate change anthology are about hope.
In a series of linked narratives, Howard Mansfield explores the American belief in property and the cost of that belief.