Fellow Jules Hogan Publishes New Story

Jules Hogan, fellow at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg in the program "Fiction Meets Science" carried out in cooperation with the Volkswagen Stiftung, has published a new story on climate change.

The story is part of a recent anthology on the topic published by Arizona State University.

Illustration (crop): João Queiroz

"Everything Change: An Anthology of Climate Fiction, Volume III is a collection of short stories by writers from around the world, exploring the climate crisis and how human responses to it will shape the futures we will inhabit. Everything Change, Volume III features stories in styles ranging from science fiction and fabulism to literary fiction, weird fiction, and action-thriller, all drawn from the 2020 Everything Change Climate Fiction Contest", the publisher writes on its website:

"The title Everything Change is drawn from a quote by Margaret Atwood, our first Imagination and Climate Futures lecturer in 2014. The contest and anthology are presented by the Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative at Arizona State University, a partnership of the Center for Science and the Imagination and the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing."

The anthology contains stories by Barakat Akinsiku, Amanda Baldeneaux, J.R. Burgmann, Mason Carr, Scott Dorsch, Sigrid Marianne Gayangos, Kathryn E. Hill, Jules Hogan, Anya Ow, Natasha Seymour. Illustrations by João Queiroz. Edited by Angie Dell and Joey Eschrich.

Download the ebook at: https://csi.asu.edu/books/everything-change-vol-3/