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Thursday, June 21, 2018
''***and some talk about it in the context of “cli-fi,” or climate fiction****: narratives reflecting the transformations of the drastically changing planet''
Jeff VanderMeer charts Area X's impossible terrain in his ''Southern Reach'' trilogy. The first book of the series, Annihilation, flirts with various genre conventions but warps and refracts them. Most often, VanderMeer is cited as a foremost writer of the New Weird, which, in the tradition of Lovecraftian Old Weird, deals with the wonder and horror at the fringes of human consciousness. Others have called his work “soft” science fiction—the natural world being the primary site of speculation rather than technology—***and some talk about it in the context of “cli-fi,” or climate fiction****: narratives reflecting the transformations of the drastically changing planet.... link --
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