Burrington’s message is that by noticing the physical dependencies that make up the meteaphorical “cloud,” you will also notice a few other things.
This has rapidly become my go-to cookbook.
This collection of essays explores what we should call this new geographic epoch marked by fossil-fueled climate change.
In this, Butler’s last book, she returns to the notion of symbiosis so thoroughly explored in Lilith’s Brood.
This book has rewired my brain in ways I’m only just beginning to understand.
These three novels, Le Guin’s earliest, explore the experiences of visitors on three different planets.
Aurora follows a generational space ship as it travels to a far away solar system in search of a planet that can be safely terraformed.
Kolbert’s essays span Kyoto, Bush-era climate denialism, ocean acidification, Canadian tar sands, and melting glaciers.