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With hope and horror, climate fiction writers depict the future

Hailed by Rolling Stone as "the first great climate change novel," "Odds Against Tomorrow" is at the vanguard of a new genre of fiction called climate fiction -- or "cli-fi" -- that sets its human protagonists against the onrush of planet-altering global warming. At times humorous, hopeful and terrifying, these stories offer a wider lens on a subject long dominated by hard science.


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