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Authors Evening with Steve Willis and his book Fairhaven: A Novel of Climate Optimism

| Otherland (Bergmannstraße 25, 10961 Berlin)

Steve Willis will be on a Stopover in Berlin before he travels on to the WorlsCon 2024 in Glasgow.

This is a great opportunity to talk about optimistic solutions and perspectives not only from the speculative perspective but also from an engineer's perspective!

More info about Fairheaven and Steve here: https://www.greenstories.org.uk/fairhaven/

Fairhaven – A Novel of Climate Optimism traces the lives of a group of innovators, engineers, and visionaries as they struggle against the odds to bring climate solutions to Southeast Asia and to the world.

Grace Chan, a young Malaysian working at the Fairhaven infrastructure project in Penang, is terrified of what the future might bring. She reluctantly comes to terms with the role that she and her colleagues will play in addressing that future, and the toll it will take on their own lives. Nearby, on an abandoned oil platform, three unlikely companions come together by chance as they discover an unexpected opportunity arising from a devastating accident. Meanwhile, in the distant north, a Japanese assistant professor takes a bold idea from concept to reality.

As they work towards their common goals, a more powerful force lies in wait, which may bring them success or disaster.

Wo/Where: Otherland Bookshop, Bergmannstraße 25, Berlin
Wann/when: 19. Juli - 19:30
Wie/ how: Freier Eintritt / Free Entrance

The evening will be in English!

Bitte für den Abend mit einer Mail an/ please register with a mail to:  service(at)otherland-berlin.de anmelden.

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