The End We Start From and the genre of flood fiction

Megan Hunter’s 2017 novel The End We Start From starts with an unnamed narrator giving birth to her child while around her London floods. This novel is one of the flood fictions that I explore as part of my new research project. In June 2018, I gave a paper on The End We Start FromContinue reading “The End We Start From and the genre of flood fiction”

Disrupted narratives: Sarah Hall’s The Carhullan Army as climate crisis flood novel

In May 2018 I attended an international symposium on the work of Sarah Hall in Leuven. The paper I presented is part of my new project on flood fictions. As I wrote before, by flood fictions I refer to twenty-first-century works in which flood is imagined as one of the key effects of climate crisis.Continue reading “Disrupted narratives: Sarah Hall’s The Carhullan Army as climate crisis flood novel”