Climate Story Garden
The Climate Story Garden tackles challenges to publication by building a network of writers and an audience of readers to promote constructive, inspiring climate fiction.

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Feb
05
Writing Disaster

Writing Disaster

When you are creating stories about climate change, disasters may loom large in the plot. The world is already experiencing
4 min read
Jan
22
Ishmael, Challenging the Paradigm

Ishmael, Challenging the Paradigm

It’s an intellectual mystery, with a very slim plot. Not the type of book you might think would sell
3 min read
Jan
01
The Book of Hope

The Book of Hope

As I said in my previous post, I crave hope. That’s why I loved reading the latest Jane Goodall
4 min read
Dec
18
A Bias Against Hope

A Bias Against Hope

It has been a male-dominated world for a long time, and white men have been the ones leading us into
5 min read
Dec
12
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Mrs. Griggs’ garden is the loveliest ever seen, and it’s a garden with a secret. To thank new subscribers
2 min read
Nov
13
Book Giveaways: What’s Wrong with Free?

Book Giveaways: What’s Wrong with Free?

Here is a peek at the cover of a new project I am working on. It’s not my novel,
4 min read
Nov
06
MARKETING: SOLUTIONS TO SOCIAL MEDIA?

MARKETING: SOLUTIONS TO SOCIAL MEDIA?

I spent last weekend watching book marketing webinars during a 3-day marathon event put on by the Alliance of Independent
4 min read
Oct
31
Marketing: The Core of the Problem

Marketing: The Core of the Problem

Last week, I wrote about my social media dilemma, and I mentioned there is a price that comes with these
3 min read
Oct
23
Marketing: The Dilemma

Marketing: The Dilemma

The Climate Story Garden promotes climate fiction. Promotion is the key word here, and marketing is what must be done
4 min read
Oct
16
Green Stories

Green Stories

It was webinar week—online conferences on climate change by the New York Times and the Responsible Media Forum (based
3 min read