In spring 2017, the Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences (CENHS) at Rice launched an exciting project: the “Energy Humanities Collection.” Collaborating with the Fondren Library at Rice, the Energy Humanities Collection—to the best of our knowledge—is the first endeavor collecting works on the subjects of arts, human sciences, and humanities. With special thanks to the library for graciously awarding special funding for this project, the funds for the collection are not exclusive to scholarly works. As Fondren Library already purchases most publications from main academic publishers, including many of the main works that would fit the criteria of an Energy Humanities Collection, the funds for the collection will focus more on peripheral writings—scholarly, fictional and archival—that theorize, analyze or depict matters of energy. As it turns out, the Energy Humanities Collection at Rice is diverse and comprehensive. We hope that this collection will be helpful research tools and rich resources for both scholars and the general public interested in energy humanities.