Another very good piece by the open-minded and generous literary critic Amy Brady, in her continuing monthly ''cli-fi trends'' column for the Chicago Review of Books website.
What began as a question to this blogger in 2016 that she posed on her Twitter feed........ ''Do we need a regular literary column on the rise of the cli-fi genre and it's practitioners?''........later morphed into a popular must-read online column dubbed "Burning Worlds" that appears without fail around the 25th of each month. Almost two years now, and counting...
And her column is later reprinted verbatim a few weeks later in Yale Climate Communications website.
Here's the latest piece by Amy, -------SEE UPDATE JULY 24th : https://chireviewofbooks.com/2018/07/24/the-honey-farm-harriet-alida-lye-interview/ ------- a PhD in theater from UMASS-Amherst in western Massachusetts, who has a deep concern for the fate of the Earth and a warm regard for readers, writers and people she has met along the way. Amy is a rising new star in American literary circles. Don't miss her monthly column or her separate monthly ''climate change and the arts'' newsletter.