This chapter explores the possibility of strengthening people's imagination skills with the help of an unusual tool: climate fiction. It uses three novels that are paradigmatic of the climate fiction genre to explore whether and how they might offer insights that help people reconceptualize their responses to climate change. The chapter discusses potential problems when using fiction as a decision-aid for example, the question how valid or correct the scientific base of fictional texts ought to be for them to be useful. It clarifies the prospects for integrating climate fiction in political processes. The chapter examines the potential power of climate fiction a growing literary genre that deals with climate change to stimulate, aid, and enrich the political imagination. It also examines an invitation to scholars working at the boundary between social science, arts, and humanities to start exploring the phenomenon of imagination and the impact of climate fiction on climate politics empirically.