@ingredient_x and asked re
''Has anyone else noticed how the majority of recent cli-fi novels/story collections focus as much on themes of isolation as problem solving?''
TED HOWELL replied in tweet back to her and to his followers:
''all the more reason we need a utopian cli-fi, in addition to one marked by mourning, loss, and/or dystopian warnings.''
Film critic and professor Michael Svoboda said: ''That certainly seems to be the case for the films, albeit to a lesser degree. "
Ted Howell told me via email: ''
'' Hi Dan -- Yes, this is a really interesting point that Amy Brady makes and one that I think is really on to something. I wasn't following Brady on Twitter, but I am now -- thanks for sending her tweet my way!''
Philip Judge, a British man in Colorado, a cli-fi-sci author of a trilogy on Amazon, wrote: "It seems my trilogy of hope and collaboration in the face of climate change might not fit with the "majority" of writings in this genre. Perhaps humor is also not common here too?