Lisa has contributed before. You can find her first post on YA memoirs. She has also written on the Alex Award, how the Amelia Walden Award committee functions, and promoted some books for summer reading.
“Cli-Fi”: A Genre to Save the Planet?
We will not let you get away with this. Right here, right now is where we draw the line. The world is waking up. And change is coming, whether you like it or not.
Reading this novel rekindled my desire to not only reread some of the “cli-fi” novels on my shelf but also search out some new titles. Below are links to some of my favorite titles.
Dryamzn.to/2NF52AU (Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman)
Ship Breaker trilogyamzn.to/2pyU08p (Paolo Bacigalupi)
Ashfall trilogy (Mike Mullin)
Life as We Knew It series (Susan Beth Pfeffer)
Sierra Club (2019) Hope in the Midst of Ecological Dystopia: Cli-fi books for the young-adult reader
Burning Worlds (a monthly column highlighting new climate fiction)
Read Wild: Cli-fi, How Books Can Start Conversations and Inspire Action
#SJYALit Booklist: Environmental Dystopia, aka Cli-Fi
A Change on the Winds: Climate Fiction for YA Readers
For up-to-date information on the “cli-fi” term and events (such as a 2021 gathering), Dan Bloom created a website: http://cli-fi.net/index.html.