Announcing the publication of The Hampshire Project, the third in the series, RESILIENCE: A TRILOGY OF CLIMATE CHAOS
Publication date Earth Month, April 2017
Reading at Porter Square Books on April 27. 7 p.m.
Another gripping eco-thriller!
Testimonial for The Hampshire Project:
“If you are prone to believe that even severe climate change will be well managed, that future governments will calmly move cities inland, providing good jobs in construction and engaging our better selves, Kitty Beer will turn you inside out. The compelling, gutsy characters, the cults and marauding private armies, the Prudential Tower poking out of the Boston Sea and other vivid landscapes, are horribly credible. If Beer’s trilogy, set in the 2040s, 2060s, and continuing here in the 2080s with The Hampshire Project, can’t inspire you to action, nothing will.”
Robert Socolow, Princeton University
Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and co-director of Princeton Environment Institute
New England Coast - 2082
Artist Chris Howard
More Praise for The Hampshire Project
“Kitty Beer's latest
novel, The Hampshire Project, third
Michael B. McElroy, Gilbert Butler Professor of Environmental Studies, Harvard University
Praise for What Love Can't Do, the first novel in the trilogy:
"Well-written, engaging and thought provoking."
-- Susan Henderson, Night Train Magazine
"Beer's prophetic look at the future seems not only eerily plausible, but entirely possible."
-- William Routhier, Facets magazine
Kitty is a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, the National Writers Union, and Grub Street. She has a B.A. from Harvard University and an M.A. from Cornell University. Her articles and stories have appeared in, for example, the Amicus Journal, the Ithaca Journal, Facets magazine, the HILR Review, and Harvard Magazine. Her futuristic screenplay, Home, placed in the 2004 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards contest. Human Scale won honorable mention in the 2010 Hollywood Book Festival contest.
KItty's short story, Imagining, appears in the January 2013 issue of the online magazine, Wilderness House Literary Review. Her story One Two Three Cry appears in the Spring 2017 issue of the HILR Review.
Follow Kitty's Blog: planetprospect.blogspot.com
See Kitty's interview on Somerville TV:
What Love Can't Do
The first novel to portray the human consequences of global warming!
The second in the series, published in 2010
Excerpt of the book: Chapter 1
Book review from Edge Boston
Another daring look at the world of climate change. Human Scale continues the harrowing tale of ecological collapse brought to you by What Love Can't Do, the first novel to portray the human consequences of global warming. Now it's 2062. Catastrophic weather swings continue, and the city of Boston is mostly under water. Amid evironmental, political and social chaos, Vita must protect her daughter, and choose between her husband and the man she loves.
Human Scale was published Earth Month, April 2010.