Anne Charnock won the Arthur C. Clarke Award 2018 for Dreams Before the Start of Time, and the British Science Fiction Association Award for Short Fiction 2017 for The Enclave. Her writing career began in journalism, and her articles appeared in the Guardian, New Scientist, International Herald Tribune, and Geographical. Her debut novel, A Calculated Life, was a finalist for the 2013 Philip K. Dick Award and the 2013 Kitschies Golden Tentacle Award. Her second novel, Sleeping Embers of an Ordinary Mind, was included in the Guardian’s “Best science fiction and fantasy books of 2015.” Her latest novel, Bridge 108 (2020), is published by 47North.
Writing Fiction in the Age of Climate Catastrophe: A Conversation Between Anne Charnock and James Bradley
James Bradley and Anne Charnock discuss what it’s like to write fiction in the age of climate catastrophe....