Mental Health Future And Food Systems – Predictive Fiction eBook Released

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Stories to Change the World has published a new eBook that collates ten stories from its 2020 contest that was focused on the positive possible futures for mental health and food systems.

Stories to Change the World has announced the launch of its new eBook ‘Stories To Change the World 3’, which collects several predictive fiction stories surrounding the topics of mental health and food systems.

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The free-to-read eBook contains the winning works from Stories to Change the World’s 2020 contest that invited writers from all demographics to create predictive literature that presented positive and possible futures.

Literature has always been a means for writers and visionaries to predict the future and influence it, as ideas presented within fiction can potentially lead to self-fulfilling futures. As detailed in the forward to their recent release, Stories to Change the World wanted to use this concept to promote positive change in the world with works of predictive fiction that present an optimistic view of the future.

As the third contest from Stories to Change the World, the new eBook collects ten stories from a diverse selection of writers whose work depicts their visions of positive and possible futures. The 2020 contest was based on the themes of ‘Mental Health’ and ‘Food Systems,’ and the eBook features both the winners and four additional stories from each category.

‘Stories to Change the World 3’ was created during the global pandemic which saw many people struggling with isolation and mental health issues. This topic is highlighted by the entries in the ‘Mental Health’ section of the eBook which considers how the future may look regarding the influence of technology on mental health and the ways communities perceive it.

The ‘Food Systems’ section of ‘Stories to Change the World 3’ focuses on how the future of the world’s food systems may change on both the global and local scale, as well as how it may be used when colonizing other planets. The judges of the contest deliberately chose stories that highlighted the future of food production rather than those that reflected on the present systems to help inspire readers with new ideas and possibilities.

Stories to Change the World encourage small businesses and non-profits to sponsor their contests so that there is no entry fee for participants. This free entry enables a wider range of voices from communities around the world to enter and share their visions for the future.

The eBook is free to read on Stories to Change the World’s website, along with information on their other publications.

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Release ID: 89008025