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Climate change fiction, key titles

Proto climate change fiction

1958 Kobo Abe, Inter Ice Age 4

1962 J.G. Ballard, The Drowned World

1971 Ursula LeGuin, The Lathe of Heaven

1977 Arthur Herzog, Heat

1980 Max Frisch, Man in the Holocene

1981 Ignacio Brandão, And Still the Earth

1987 George Turner, The Sea and Summer

1990 David Brin, Earth

1993 Anton-Andreas Guha, Der Planet schlägt zurück. Ein Tagebuch aus der Zukunft

1994-2011 Dirk C. Fleck, GO! Die Ökodiktatur. Erst die Erde, dann der Mensch; Das Tahiti Projekt; Maeva!

1995 W.G. Sebald, The Rings of Saturn

1998 Maggie Gee, The Ice People; Leena Krohn, Pereat Mundus: A Kind of Novel

1999 Norman Spinrad, Greenhouse Summer
2000 T.C. Boyle, A Friend of the Earth

2003 Margaret Atwood, Oryx and Crake

2004 Michael Crichton, State of Fear; Maggie Gee, The Flood; Jean-Christophe Rufin, Globalia; Frank Schätzing, The Swarm; Rafael Pinedo, Plop

2004-2007 Kim Stanley Robinson, ‘Science in the Capital’ trilogy

2005 Michel Houellebecq, The Possibility of an Island

2006 Will Self, The Book of Dave; Cormac McCarthy, The Road

2007 Sarah Hall, The Carhullan Army; Jeanette Winterson, The Stone Gods; Christian Kracht/ Ingo Niermann, Metan; Antoine Bello, Les Falsificataurs

2008 Clive Cussler, Arctic Drift

2009 Margaret Atwood, The Year of the Flood; Saci Loyd, The Carbon Diaries 2015; Steven Amsterdam, Things We Didn‘t See Coming; Liz Jensen, The Rapture

2010 Ian McEwan, Solar; Dale Pendell, The Great Bay. Chronicles of the Collapse; Philippe Vasset, Journal intime d’une prédatrice

2011 Paolo Bacigalupi, The Windup Girl; Ilija Trojanow, The Lamentations of Zeno; Sven Böttcher, Prophezeiung; Javier Sierra, The Lost Angel; Antti Tuomainen, The Healer

2012 Barbara Kingsolver, Flight Behaviour; Jena-Marc Ligny, AquaTM; Philippe Squarzoni, Climate Changed: A Personal Journey Through the Science (graphic novel); Cornelia Franz, Ins Nordlicht blicken

2013 Margaret Atwood, MaddAddam; Alexis Wright, The Swan Book; Nathaniel Rich, Odds Against Tomorrow; Julien Blanc-Gras, Paradis (avant liquidation)

2014 David Mitchell, The Bone Clocks; Naomi Oreskes/ Eric Conway, The Collapse of Western Civilisation; Simon Ings, Wolves; Paul Kingsnorth, The Wake, Jeff VanderMeer, Annihilation (and the rest of his Southern Reach trilogy); Franz Friedrich, Die Meisen von Uusimaa singen nicht mehr; Emmi Itäranta, Memory of Water; Johanna Sinisalo, The Blood of Angels; Erwin Uhrmann, Ich bin die Zukunft

2015 Paolo Bacigalupi, The Water Knife; Clare Vaye Watkins, Gold Fame Citrus; James Bradley, Clade; Rosa Montero, Weight of the Heart; Jostein Gaarder, The World According to Anna; Elina Hirvonen, When Time Runs Out; Loosed Upon the World. The Saga Anthology of Climate Fiction (ed. John Joseph Adams)

2016 Brit Bildoen, Seven Days in August

2017 Maja Lunde, The History of Bees; Kim Stanley Robinson, New York 2140; Ashley Shelby, South Pole Station; David Williams, When The English Fall

Books, articles and chapters on literature in the Anthropocene

(and some more general humanities titles)
Ursula Heise, Sense of Place, Sense of Planet. The Environmental Imagination of the Global, Oxford: OUP 2008 (final chapter on climate fiction)
Dipesh Chakrabarty, ‘The Climate of History’, Critical Enquiry 35 (2009), 197-222

Mike Hulme, Why We Disagree About Climate Change, Cambridge University Press 2009

Kate Rigby, ‘Writing in the Anthropocene’, Australian Humanities Review 42, November 2009, 173-187

Stefan Skrimshire, Future Ethics: Climate Change and Apocalyptic Imagination, Continuum 2010
Klima, ed. James Rodger Fleming and Vladimir Jankovic, University of Chicago Press 2011

Greta Gaard, ‘Global Warming Narratives: A Feminist Ecocritical perspective’, in The Future of Ecocriticism. New Horizons, ed. Serpil Oppermann, Ufuk Özdag, Nevin Özkan and Scott Slovic, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars 2011, 43-64.

Will Steffen et al., ‘The Anthropocene: Conceptual and Historical Perspectives’, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 369 (2011), 842-867
The Oxford Literary Review 34:2 (December 2012), special number ‘Deconstruction in the Anthropocene’, ed. Timothy Clark, with articles by Timothy Clark, Louise Squire (‘Death and the Anthropocene’, 211-228), Sam Solnick (‘Reverse Transcribing Climate Change’, 278-294), Bron Szerszynski and Adam Trexler

Dipesh Chakrabarty, ‘Postcolonial Studies and the Challenge of Climate Change’, New Literary History 43:1 (2012), 1-18

Timothy Morton, Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World, University of Minnesota Press 2013

Maggie Kainulainen, ‘Saying Climate Change: Ethics of the Sublime and the Problem of Representation’, Symplōke 21: 1-2 (2013), 109-123

Minnesota Review 83 (2014), special number ed. Tobias Boes and Kate Marshall, with introduction ‘Writing the Anthropocene’, 60-72.

Noel Castree, ‘The Anthropocene and the Environmental Humanities: Extending the Conversation’, Environmental Humanities 2014

The Anticipation of Catastrophe. Environmental Risk in North American Literature and Culture, ed. Sylvia Mayer and Alexa Weik von Mossner, Heidelberg: Winter 2014
Adam Trexler, Anthropocene Fictions: The Novel in a Time of Climate Change, University of Virginia Press 2015

Timothy Clark, Ecocriticism on the Edge: The Anthropocene as a Threshold Concept, Bloomsbury 2015

Kate Rigby, Dancing with Disaster: Environmental Histories, Narratives, and Ethics for Perilous Times, University of Virginia Press 2015

Tom Bristow, The Anthropocene Lyric. An Affective Geography of Poetry, Person, Place, Palgrave Pivot 2015

Ecocriticism: Eine Einführung, ed. Gabriele Dürbeck and Urte Stobbe, Cologne, Weimar and Vienna: Böhlau 2015, with chapters by Gabriele Dürbeck and Sylvia Mayer

Philip Smith and Nicolas Howe, Climate Change as Social Drama: Global Warming in the Public Sphere, Cambridge University Press 2015

Greta Gaard, ‘From Cli-Fi to Critical Ecofeminism: Narratives of Climate Change and Climate Justice’, in Contemporary Perspectives of Ecofeminism, ed. Mary Phillips and Nick Rumens, New York: Routledge 2015, 169-192

Erin James, The Storyworld Accord: Econarratology and Postcolonial Narratives, University of Nebraska Press 2015

Ursula Heise, Imagining Extinction. The cultural meanings of endangered species, University of Chicago Press 2016

Ann E. Kaplan, Climate Trauma: Foreseeing the Future in Dystopian Film and Fiction, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press 2016

Robert Macfarlane, ‘Generation Anthropocene: How humans have altered the planet for ever’, The Guardian 1 April 2016

Mike Hulme, Weathered. Cultures of Climate, Sage 2016

Manjana Milkoreit, ‘The Promise of Climate Fiction: Imagination, Storytelling and the Politics of the Future’, in Reimagining Climate Change, ed. P. Wapner and E. Hilal, Abingdon: Routledge 2016, 171-191
Amitav Ghosh, The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable, University of Chicago Press 2016

Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften 2016:1, special issue ‚Romantische Klimatologie‘, ed. Eva Horn and Peter Schnyder, with introduction ‚Klimatologie um 1800. Zur Genealogie des Anthropozäns‘, 87-102

Environmental Humanities: Voices From the Anthropocene, ed. Serpil Oppermann and Serenella Iovino, Rowmn & Littlefield 2016

A Cultural History of Climate Change, ed. Tom Bristow and Thomas H. Ford, London and New York: Earthscan 2016, with chapter on literature by Ford

Sam Solnick, Poetry and the Anthropocene: Ecology, biology and technology in contemporary British and Irish poetry, Earthscan 2016

Antonia Mehnert, Climate Change Fictions: Representations of Global Warming in American Literature, Palgrave Macmillan 2016

The Oxford Handbook of Ecocriticism, ed. Greg Garrard, OUP 2016, with chapters by Adam Trexler and Ursula Kluwick

Handbook of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology, ed. Hubert Zapf, De Gruyter 2016, with chapters by Greg Garrard, Serenella Iovino, Sylvia Mayer and Alexa Weik von Mossner

David Lowenthal, ‘Origins of Anthropocene Awareness’, The Anthropocene Review 3:1 (2016), 52-63

Astrid Bracke, Climate Crisis and the 21st-Century British Novel, Bloomsbury 2017

German Ecocriticism in the Anthropocene, ed. Caroline Schaumann and Heather Sullivan, New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2017

Readings in the Anthropocene. The Environmental Humanities, German Studies, and Beyond, ed. Sabine Wilke and Japhet Johnstone, New York etc.: Bloomsbury 2017

Green Letters Summer 2017, articles by Parham and Cheng and book reviews on the Anthropocene

Alexa Weik von Mossner, Affective Ecologies. Empathy, Emotion and Environmental Narrative, Ohio State University Press 2017

Erin James and Eric Morel, Ecocriticism and Narrative Theory, Ohio State University Press, forthcoming 2018

C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-Century Writings, special number ‘The Literature of the Anthropocene’, ed. Diletta De Cristofaro, forthcoming 2018

Narrative Strategien des Anthropozän in deutsch-und englischsprachiger Literatur und in den Medien/Narratives of the Anthropocene in German- and English-Speaking Literature and in the Media, ed. Gabriele Dürbeck and Jonas Nesselhauf, Frankfurt am Main, etc.: Peter Lang (Studien zur Literatur, Kultur und Umwelt), forthcoming 2018
On environmental stories and their potential impact

Arran Stibbe, ‘The Stories We Live By’, online course in ecolinguistics ;

Anthony Nanson, Storytelling and Ecology: Reconnecting nature and people through oral narrative, Papyrus 2nd series, no. 1.
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