Blackwolf, the sequel to Truth Sister, my YA/ dystopian/ cli-fi novel from Aelurus Publishing, is out now. The Kindle edition is available to buy right now, and the paperback edition will be available to order online, or through your bookshop, soon. For news and Where-to-Buy see the dedicated Truth Sister Trilogy page. You can also follow me on Twitter (@PhilGilvin).

If you want a taster, you can find an extract from Blackwolf on E J Babb’s great website, Dystopic.co.uk. Worth exploring!

Truth Sister itself, first published by Impress Books, was re-released by Aelurus in November 2021. Thanks to Lawston Design for the excellent covers.

I’m now working on the third volume in the trilogy, The Scorpion.

Climate Fiction Writers’ League

March 2022: Thanks to the CFWL for giving me an opportunity to discuss climate fiction, and in particular our novels Truth Sister and Habitat Man, with Denise Baden.

Through our fiction the CWFL aims to inform and to encourage action on the greatest threat humanity has faced. You can find out more, discover excellent stories, and sign up for the newsletter, on the CWFL website.

Short Stories – Billy Does it Yet Again

Hurrah again. My short story Billy and the Storm was shortlisted in the November 2021 Writing Magazine 750-word story competition. You can read the winner and runner-up stories in the April 2022 edition of WM, or at Writers Online. Billy and the Storm is the third 750-word story featuring Billy Mackenzie, and both of the others have done well in competitions. So that’s nice. I’ve now put the three stories together, on the Short Stories page. Hope you like ’em.

Other recent additions on the short stories page:

La Manche – The plight of refugees in our climate-changed future.

Tomorrow’s Tomorrow – In our climate-changed future, a woman looks after her memories and her granddaughter.

A New Deal – Shortlisted in the Writing Magazine “Dystopian” competition, September 2020.