I am a sci fi (and non-fiction, too) writer from Oklahoma. I spent 7 months
in late 2011 and early 2012 writing a sci fi novel titled "Polar City Red''.
It's a climate fiction novel about the effects of global warming, and
how survivors of the Earth's eventual climate disaster will be forced
to live in polar cities. I finished the book in the middle of March
and sent it to my publisher in Texas -- and it has a tentative
national release date of April 22, in conjunction with Earth Day in
the USA and worldwide.
James Lovelock famously said in an article in 2006: "We cannot regard
the future of the civilized world in the same way as we see our
personal futures. The planet may have already passed the tipping point
on global warming. Is it already too late? Are the well-intentioned
preservation campaigns just feel-good window dressing?''
Although I've written POLAR CITY RED as a work of fiction, I've done
my homework on global warming and believe as Dr Lovelock does that the
unchecked burning of fossil fuels will eventually cause the failure of
Jim Laughter, Mounds, Oklahoma