Jane Rawson has written a novel, A Wrong Turn at the Office of Unmade Lists, which won the Small Press Network's 2014 'Most Underrated Book' Award and was shortlisted for the Aurealis Award for best science fiction novel' and a novella, Formaldehyde. She was formerly the Environment and Energy Editor for news website, The Conversation. She lives in Melbourne's inner west and writes at janebryonyrawson.wordpress.com.
James Whitmore first heard about climate change when he was a kid. The problem, unfortunately, hasn't gone away. He grew up in Tasmania, and now works in Melbourne as a journalist and editor, particularly on science and environmental issues. The Handbook is his first book.