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‘Turning up the Heat’ A Story Device for Addressing Climate Change

A Conventional Symbol Applied to a Novel Problem

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Hot weather — and the many ways we’ve learned to communicate it — has come to play many important roles in our stories. We often use Heat to build a juxtaposition of worlds, communicate a character’s disorientation, or symbolize an unavoidable reality demanding our…




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Cameron Catanzano

Cameron Catanzano

Reader, Hiker, and JD Candidate in Portland, Oregon.

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