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What appears to be the nation’s first community book clubs devoted to reading “Cli-Fi” — fiction focused on climate change and its impacts — had a first gathering on Tuesday evening in an old Victorian house in Stillwater, Minnesota.
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It's a first for American libraries, and it's a first for the emerging literary genre of climate fiction, also known as cli-fi. And, yes, discussed...

My interview with cli-fi popularizer Dan Bloom drew some interesting comments when reposted on the TeleRead website. Respondents debated whether “cli-fi” was a useful or...

I’ve been having e-mail conversations with TeleRead contributor Dan Bloom, a former newspaper editor who claims that he invented the term cli-fi (climate fiction)....

When it comes to translating science fiction novels from France, Germany, Italy or Japan (and other non-English speaking nations), the U.S. publishing industry has...
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Dan Bloom has written a number of articles for TeleRead talking about the new sub-genre of “Cli-Fi”—science-fiction specifically revolving around climate change issues. It’s...
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Since climatologist Judith Curry ran a blog post in December 2012 titled simply "Cli Fi" about the rise of a new genre she pegged...
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Whenever a new genre comes of age, when its time arrives, it signals a small yet significant shift in public awareness. Before sci-fi arrived on...
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One of my mentors in the world of sci-fi literature is the SF novelist David Brin. I once asked him about how climate change themes...

David Thorpe has penned a crossover YA fantasy novel titled "Stormteller" and by crossover I mean it's for both young adults and adults. In...

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Courtesy of the Kboards, a worrying item about struggling e-book sites and their ability to monetize engagement with Amazon - or not - has...

TeleRead.com is now a static archival site, but we're very much alive at TeleRead.org. Big thanks to Nate Hoffelder of The-Digital-Reader.com, who teamed up on the preservation project with ReclaimHosting.com.