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Deadline for Everything Change Climate Fiction Contest is Feb. 28

Work to be judged by New York Times bestselling author Kim Stanley Robinson


Postcard for a climate change writing contest
February 01, 2018

In the wake of Earth’s hottest year on record, the effects of climate change are more apparent than ever. But how do we come to grips with what climate change looks like for real people in actual places?

The Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative at Arizona State University is looking for stories that illustrate, explore or illuminate the impact of climate change on humanity and/or the Earth. The deadline for submissions to the Everything Change Climate Fiction Contest is Feb. 28.

Individuals may submit up to one work of short fiction under 5,000 words. Work will be selected and judged by New York Times bestselling author Kim Stanley Robinson.

The winning story will receive a $1,000 prize. Selected work will be published in an anthology by the Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative.

For more information and guidelines, or to download a postcard or flier, visit the contest website at https://climateimagination.asu.edu/clificontest/.

The submissions page can also be accessed directly at https://everythingchange.submittable.com/submit. Last year’s anthology can also be downloaded for free.

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