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Climate Changed: Five Fictional Survival Guides
Our climate and our world are changing rapidly around us, a fact that can sometimes feel overwhelming. Mary Woodbury, creator of eco-fiction.com, shares five books to help us harness human nature for the greater environmental good.
12 works of climate fiction everyone should read
Climate change can be a tricky topic for writers, often drenched in apathy and apocalypse – but that doesn't mean it can't be done. We asked Mary Woodbury of eco-fiction.com to recommend her favourite novels that tackle climate change.
The History and Future of Climate Change Novels
For the launch of Realistic Utopias – a collection of new writing on our rapidly changing world – we asked Mary Woodbury to take us through the history (and future) of books exploring our environment and climate change.
City Book, Country Book: Catalan Literature in Translation
We asked the speakers from our Translation from Outside the Metropolis event to explore the topic further. Here, Mary Ann Newman, a translator of Catalan and Spanish, explores rural and urban issues in Catalan literature.
Best Reads of 2016 from Free Word
As the end of the year approaches, we look back at Free Word's best reads of 2016. Here are eight of our favourite essays and blogs by guest writers from around the world.
Briefing Notes: Young Adult Literature
Following the huge success of the 2015 Young Adult Literature Convention (YALC) in London, Sarah Odedina explores the importance of Young Adult (YA) fiction in young people's lives and considers why YA books aren't afraid to tackle heavy subjects.
Multilingual Creativity Series: Print and Multimedia Texts
As part of Free Word & Cultural Institute at King's Multilingual Creativity Series, journalist Anita Sethi reflects on workshops that took place between January and June 2016. Here, Anita shares a blog from the fourth workshop on print and multimedia…