“What you make from a tree should be at least as miraculous as what you cut down.”―
Ahead of the Women’s Prize for Fiction being announced in two weeks, BLOT sat down with Laline Paull, author of shortlisted book POD to talk about fighting the environmental crisis through fiction.
Indigenous people are the most in touch with nature of any humans, so its unsurprising that literature from authors of this background is some of the best climate fiction.
Hive Energy partners with Hay Festival to promote discussion around sustainability and climate issues
Hay Festival has launched a partnership with Hive Energy, but what does it aim to achieve?
Warning: Major spoilers ahead!
Much like the title of the book, Under the Skin is not what it looks like on the surface.
Middle Earth is one of the most well-known worlds in fantasy. It’s the setting of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, but what would its climate actually look like?
The world is dying, that’s no secret, but why have we given up hope in the one place hope is meant to live on — books
Have you ever wondered what happened to the books you don’t pick from the shelves of Waterstones?
We’re in the midst of a climate crisis and the way we write about our world is changing. Here’s five poems to change the way you think about climate change.
So you want to read about the environment, but you’re bored of reading books about climate change. Here are BLOT’s top 5 environmental thrillers (that aren’t cli-fi) to get you started.
REVIEW: T.C. Boyle’s ‘Blue Skies’ explores the devastating effects of climate change with a satirical edge
From bestselling novelist T. C. Boyle, a satirical yet devastating exploration of Earth’s uncertain future.
When book publishing is the third-largest industry to emit greenhouse gases worldwide, how guilty does that make us as book-lovers?
Denis Villeneuve’s screen adaptation of Dune wowed audiences and critics alike in 2021, gaining an 83% score on rotten tomatoes, with its sequel due out in November this year.