Allegra Hyde’s debut novel Eleutheria is about a young woman who believes there is still hope in saving our world and joins a group of activists on an island in the Bahamas. Written in exquisite prose, this Hyde’s novel is the newest addition to the climate fiction canon that is helping to shape how we see the world.
Hyde previously won the John Simmons Short Fiction Award for her story collection Of This New World. She currently teaches at Oberlin College.
We spoke on the phone about climate fiction, books that inspire her, and why she’ll always continue to write issue-driving stories.Continue reading “Allegra Hyde believes fiction can change the world”