Life Plus 2 Meters: How will we (not) adapt to life in a climate-changed world
We’ve just finished a successful Kickstarter that raised $660 from backers. That money will fund prizes for authors who submit the best “visions” (short essays of 800-1,000 words) of how we might (not) adapt to life in a climate-changed world.
Visions are “fictional” because they take place in the future, but they are based on the storyteller’s imagination or practitioner’s knowledge.
Anyone can submit a story or perspective no matter the author’s background, qualifications or job.
There will be four categories of prizes:
- Best story by a storyteller
- Best perspective by a practitioner
- Best story or perspective by an author under 26 years old
- Best story or perspective by an author from an economically-developing country
At the moment, the first/second/third prizes will be $100/$50/$25 in each category.
(The prize will be higher if we get more donations. Please contact me if you want to support the project.)
The deadline for submissions is 15 Sep, 2017.
To read about format and submission guidelines, go here.