NOAA’s Climate Fiction Book Club Discussion


Date and Time:

Monday, January 29, 2018, 7:30pm


On January 29, 2017, there’s a great opportunity to participate in NOAA’s Book Club and become familiar with an anthology of Climate Fiction. Consider using this opportunity to delve into Climate Change in a new way – and think about ways you could engage new audiences using fiction reading and discussions to open the door to environmental learning and action. Here are the details:

Join NOAA’s next Book Club Event!

On Monday, January 29, 7:30 pm Eastern Time 

we'll be discussing:

Everything Change: An Anthology of Climate Fiction

You do not need to preregister to join the meeting,

 just dial the toll free number: 866.662.7513,

and use the passcode: 1170791#

Note, seats for this discussion are extremely limited

For more information on the NOAA Planet Stewards Book Club, contact: 

Everything Change features twelve stories from the Arizona State University's Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative 2016 Climate Fiction Short Story Contest  along with a foreword by science fiction author and contest judge Kim Stanley Robinson and an interview with climate fiction author Paolo Bacigalupi.

Everything Change is free to download, read, and share:


The title Everything Change is drawn from a quote by Margaret Atwood.

Table of Contents:

Kim Stanley Robinson, Foreword
Manjana Milkoreit, Meredith Martinez, and Joey Eschrich, Editors’ Introduction
Adam Flynn and Andrew Dana Hudson, “Sunshine State”
Kelly Cowley, “Shrinking Sinking Land”
Matthew S. Henry, “Victor and the Fish”
Ashley Bevilacqua Anglin, “Acqua Alta”
Daniel Thron, “The Grandchild Paradox”
Kathryn Blume, “Wonder of the World”
Stirling Davenport, “Masks”
Diana Rose Harper, “Thirteenth Year”
Henrietta Hartl, “LOSD and Fount”
Shauna O’Meara, “On Darwin Tides”
Lindsay Redifer, “Standing Still”
Yakos Spiliotopoulos, “Into the Storm”
Ed Finn, “Praying for Rain: An Interview with Paolo Bacigalupi”