Untalented. Unwanted. Unbroken.
When calamity strikes the capital city of the kingdom of Veyle, with Untalents blamed and on trial, Saroya knows that proving her Talent and parentage means saving more than just her own life. A tangle of lies hides secrets that force Saroya to choose between her future and Veyle’s.
Now in a single collection by editor Katrina Archer, get all of the short climate fiction published by Little Blue Marble in 2017.
M. Darusha Wehm shows us our blue marble as viewed from Mars. Anatoly Belilovsky meditates on family and love in a drowned future Ireland. Alex Shvartsman controls the weather. Robert Dawson evokes the nostalgia of a child for gas-powered cars. Holly Schofield highlights wildlife in distress with an allegory of clowns. Liam Hogan takes the slacker’s doctrine to its logical extreme. Matt Colborn’s toaster fixes the planet. William Delman gives us quiet persistence in the face of disaster. And Ariel Bolton investigates the plight of refugees from the North Pole.
Get inspired to change our climate for the better with stories from these distinctive voices of speculative fiction.
A visual exploration of the natural beauty found along the shorelines of British Columbia’s southern west coast
Explore the spectacular beauty of British Columbia’s southern west coast, as captured from the vantage point of a cruising sailboat. From Vancouver northward through the sheltered Strait of Georgia and Johnstone Strait, to the isolated wilderness of western Vancouver Island, this visual journey may lead you to embark on an adventure of your own.