Ecozon@ vol. 3, no. 2 opens with a special section “The Invention of Eco-Futures”, presenting 8 essays introduced and guest-edited by Ursula Heise. The essays (which are this time all in English) examine British, North American, European and Spanish novels and films, demonstrating the richness and subtlety of their contribution to environmental discourse. The general section contains an interview with Richard Kerridge, one of the founders of ASLE-UKI, and two essays. The first of these examines posthumanism in a French crime novel; the other reads the work of the Portuguese poet A.M. Pires Cabral through an ecocritical lens. The issue contains creative writing, art work, and half a dozen book reviews.