I’m thrilled to announce that my story Island Green is going to appear this year in Ticonderoga Publications’ Ecopunk! anthology, edited by the amazing Liz Grzyb and Cat Sparks.
I am especially pleased to be in this antho because it is an anthology of positive science futures and possible solutions to disaster-proofing our world, which I feel, at its core, to be the true role of science fiction. Not just what-if disasters and the harm of technology as seen in so many sci fi and cli-fi scenarios, but how we can make things better or at least fix what we are on the verge of wrecking.
Russell Falls in Mount Field National Park – Tasmania.