WITH CLIMATE CHANGE FICTION, NOVELISTS AIM FOR 'RADICAL EMPATHY'

Frankfurt Am Main (AFP) Oct 11, 2018 As alarm bells over global warming ring louder, authors are increasingly turning to climate change fiction to dramatise the catastrophic effects of droughts, hurricanes and floods - and inspire action. Dubbed "cli-fi", the genre has seen an explosion in popularity in recent years as environmental changes sweep the globe and tales of a planet in turmoil appear less like science fiction and a

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