Smith, Bradon. (2019). Scenarios and other speculative fictions in Tyszczuk, R., Smith, J. & Butler, R. (eds) Culture and Climate Change: Scenarios, (Vol. 3). Shed.

 


Smith, Bradon. (2019). Imagined Energy Futures in Contemporary issue cover imageSpeculative Fictions. Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, Vol 6, Issues 2-3, Spring-Fall 2019. pp 136-154

[Imagined Energy Futures Resilience pre-print]


Stories of Energy: Narrative in the Energy Humanities, Guest Edited issue cover imageby Axel Goodbody and Bradon Smith, Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, Vol 6, Issues 2-3, Spring-Fall 2019. pp 1-25

Introduction – Stories of Energy: Narrative in the Energy Humanities

[Introduction pre-print]


Smith B. ‘Will Self’s The Book of Dave’ in Cli-Fi: A Reader ed. Cover Cli-FiGoodbody, A., A. Johns-Putra (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2018).

Smith B. ‘David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks’ in Cli-Fi: A Reader ed. Goodbody, A., A. Johns-Putra (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2018).


jls logoSmith, B. (2017). “Speculate, speculation, speculative: What can the Energy Humanities do?” Defining ScienceHumanities. Special issue of the Journal of Literature and Science. Ed. Castell, J., Waddington, K., Willis, M. Vol 10, Issue 2, 67-73. [pdf]

 


ecozona coverSmith, Bradon TL. (2017). “Resources, Scenarios, Agency: Environmental Computer Games.” Green Computer and Video Games.  A special issue of Ecozon@ : European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment. Ed. Chang, A., Parham, J. Vol 8, Issue 2, 103-120. [pdf]

 

 


energy social sci journal coverSmith JH, Butler R, Day RJ, Goodbody AH, Llewellyn DH, Rohse MH, Smith BT, Tyszczuk RA, Udall J & Whyte NM. (2017). “Gathering around stories: Interdisciplinary experiments in support of energy system transitions”. Energy Research and Social Science, 31, 284-294. [pdf]

 


Smith, Bradon TL. (2014). ‘Love, loss and rethinking our place in the world’ in Heim, W and Margolies, E. (eds) Landing Stages: Selections from the Ashden Directory of Environment and Performance 2000-2014. Crinkle Crankle Press. [pdf]

 


Smith, Bradon TL. (2014). ‘Words after things: narrating the ends of worlds’ in Butler, R., Margolies, E.,Smith, J., & Tyszczuk, R. (eds) Culture and Climate Change: Narratives, (Vol. 2). Shed. [pdf]

 

 


Smith, Bradon TL. (2013). Indeterministic metaphors: The popular science books of Fritjof Capra and Gary Zukav. Public Understanding of Science, 22(5), 538-545. [link]

 

 


Smith, Bradon TL. (2013). Staging climate change: the last ten years. Tipping Point Theatre Colloquium. [pdf]

 


Smith, Bradon TL. (2009). The Price of Metaphor is Eternal Vigilance:Language Metaphors int journal of hums coverin Popular Genetics. International Journal of theHumanities, 6(10). [pdf]  [link]

 

 


Smith, Bradon TL., B. Morris (2008). ‘Representing climate Bipolarchange: Lines of Defence and a war of words’ in Yusoff, K. (ed.) Bipolar. Arts Catalyst / Arts Council. [link]