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Cli-Fi: The Intersection of Climate & Fiction

Thursday, April 8 | 12 PM ET | Virtual Event

Join author, journalist, and Tufts parent Julie Carrick Dalton as she discusses her debut novel, Waiting for the Night Song, and the larger impact of climate fiction – or “Cli-Fi.” In Waiting for the Night Song, Dalton uses the lens of fiction and her love and connection to the natural world to present pressing issues of climate change and its effects on our communities in an optimistic call to action that results in a page-turning and gripping read.

This event is co-hosted as part of the Environmental Studies Program’s Hoch Cunningham Environmental Lecture series and Tisch College’s Civic Life Lunch series. It is cosponsored by the English Department and the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy.

**The first 20 individuals to register for this event and to indicate interest in receiving a copy of the book on the registration page, will receive a free copy of Julie Carrick Dalton’s novel Waiting for the Night Song.

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