More and more "Cli-Fi" novels are being published as mainstream fiction instead of science fiction, while "solarpunk" and related movements seem to be solidifying new directions within the genre. If SFF doesn't engage with climate change somehow, does that make it feel less plausible? More escapist? Let's talk about how the reality of global warming is changing how we read and write SFF, even when it's not focused on the environment.
Moderator: Joyce Reynolds-Ward
Speakers: Katrina Archer, Sim Kern, Ana Rüsche