Julie Carrick Dalton, author of several magazine articles, organic farmer, and climate fiction novelist joined me for this episode on the day her debut novel's paperback released. Waiting for the Night Song is now available in hard back, e-book, and paperback.
What exactly is climate fiction? According to Dalton, climate fiction is, "Fiction that engages climate science in a meaningful way...that makes you think deeply about what you're reading." She has a great starter post on her website that points to other examples of climate fiction.
You can learn more about Julie's work at her website HERE. She can also be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
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