As climate catastrophe engulfs us, what role can fiction play in reflecting, critiquing and reconceiving how we interact with the natural world? Three writers whose recent work engages with environmental themes discuss what tools and opportunities the writing of ‘eco-fiction’ offers a planet in crisis. Stella Prize–nominated Yumna Kassab (Australiana), international bestseller Charlotte McConaghy (Once There Were Wolves) and Mykaela Saunders, the editor of the first anthology of First Nations speculative fiction This All Come Back Now, discuss this question with Delia Falconer.

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