The Stark Beauty of Last Things, Céline Keating
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by Mary Woodbury
1w ago
Told from multiple points of view, The Stark Beauty of Last Things explores our connection to nature—and what we stand to lose when that connection is severed. The post The Stark Beauty of Last Things, Céline Keating appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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InSight, Paul S. Piper
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by Mary Woodbury
1w ago
Can too much insight be dangerous? Jack Toyokata, a coder in the Seattle high-tech world, begins experiencing severe memory loss and resorts to an Internet supplement called InSight. Remarkably, the supplement works, but it has side-effects. Jack begins experiencing dreams of past murders from the victim’s point of view. With […] The post InSight, Paul S. Piper appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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Spotlight – Suyi Davies Okungbowa
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by Mary Woodbury
2w ago
About the Book Lost Ark Dreaming is out May 21, 2024: Macmillan Publishers/Tordotcom. The brutally engineered class divisions of Snowpiercer meet Rivers Solomon’s The Deep in this high-octane post-climate disaster novella by Nommo Award-winning author Suyi Davies Okungbowa. Off the coast of West Africa, decades after the dangerous rise of […] The post Spotlight – Suyi Davies Okungbowa appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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Nectar in a Sieve, Kamala Markandaya
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by Mary Woodbury
1M ago
This beautiful and eloquent story tells of a simple peasant woman in a primitive village in India whose whole life is a gallant and persistent battle to care for those she loves—an unforgettable novel that “will wring your heart out” (Associated Press). The post Nectar in a Sieve, Kamala Markandaya appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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Budhini, Sarah Joseph
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by Mary Woodbury
1M ago
Translated by her daughter, Sangeetha Sreenivasan, a fiercely individualistic novelist herself, Sarah Joseph’s Budhini powerfully invokes the wider bio-politics of our relentless modernization and the dangers of being indifferent to ecological realities. Read more at Penguin House India. The post Budhini, Sarah Joseph appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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We Speak Through the Mountain, Premee Mohamed
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by Mary Woodbury
1M ago
In this powerful follow-up to her award-winning novella The Annual Migration of Clouds, Premee Mohamed is at the top of her game as she explores the conflicts and complexities of this post-apocalyptic society and asks whether humanity is doomed to forever recreate its worst mistakes. See more at ECW Press. The post We Speak Through the Mountain, Premee Mohamed appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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Earth Day – Rewilding Our Stories
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by Mary Woodbury
1M ago
Welcome to Earth Day at Dragonfly, where the Rewilding Our Stories Discord members share with you some of our highly recommended ecologically themed novels (and one TV series). We also share what we’re reading so far in our 2024 book club. We created a Discord book club channel and an […] The post Earth Day – Rewilding Our Stories appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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Indie Corner – The Botanist by W.R. Woodbury
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by Mary Woodbury
1M ago
Back to the Indie Corner series This Indie Corner revisits author W.R. Woodbury and his new novel The Botanist. In this seven episode work of literary fiction, a young man partakes of psilocybin mushrooms with a native shaman in the Pacific Northwest, and discovers that he hears voices from plants […] The post Indie Corner – The Botanist by W.R. Woodbury appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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Spotlight – Donna M Cameron
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by Mary Woodbury
1M ago
About the Book The Rewilding (Transit Lounge, 2024) is an exhilarating and unforgettable love song for our world. Heartbroken and in fear for his life, corporate whistle blower, Jagger Eckerman, escapes to hide out in a remote cave, but kick-arse radical, Nia Moretti, is furious a ‘capitalist suit’ has taken […] The post Spotlight – Donna M Cameron appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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Fathomfolk, Eliza Chan
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by Mary Woodbury
3M ago
Revolution is brewing in the semi-submerged city of Tiankawi, between humans and the fathomfolk who live in its waters. This gloriously imaginative debut fantasy, inspired by East Asian mythology and ocean folk tales, is a novel of magic, rebellion and change.Read more at Hachette Book Group. The post Fathomfolk, Eliza Chan appeared first on Dragonfly: An exploration of eco-fiction ..read more
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