Can cli-fi save us from ourselves?

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Alice Robinson

With the grim prospects of climate change, a new genre of narratives can address our cultural anxiety, attitudes and provide comfort for future generations.

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Image: Lori Nix's photos of tiny dioramas of a post apocalyptic city via www.slate.com

About the author

Alice Robinson is a lecturer in creative writing at Melbourne’s NMIT. She has a PhD in creative writing from Victoria University and her work has been published widely. Anchor Point is Alice’s first novel.