It’s the Science Fiction Research Association’s annual conference weekend and in lieu of an in-person book table, Stelliform Press is offering our biggest sale yet: 20% off all our titles, even preorders, plus free shipping.
Did you miss our book launch celebration for Octavia Cade’s The Impossible Resurrection of Grief? The video is now up on YouTube. We had a fantastic hour of poetry, music, and a lively discussion about fairy tales, extinction, and how we grieve in a time of such large-scale losses. Click through to watch the video or read the transcript.
We’re delighted to announce that Octavia Cade’s novella is now available anywhere books are sold. Click for info about the book and our free online launch.
Octavia Cade’s The Impossible Resurrection of Grief comes out next week and you may be wondering “What is The Grief?” Learn about the frightening reality of Cade’s possible future by watching the video reading now.
We’re launching our third book with a jam-packed hour of readings, music, and an interactive discussion of climate grief, climate hope, extinction, and action! Read more about the event, the special guests, and the prizes in this blog post.
E. Catherine Tobler’s upcoming novella from Neon Hemlock, The Necessity of Stars, is a unique take on a climate changed world and what it takes to live within it. Read more about this important upcoming title in this post!
Jeff VanderMeer’s Hummingbird Salamander is a departure from his last few novels: a realist thriller about “Jane Smith,” a woman who finds a taxidermied hummingbird and through this discovery becomes embroiled in an “ecoterrorist” plot.
In this blog entry, I review Jeff VanderMeer’s newest novel, Hummingbird Salamander, focusing on protagonist Jane Smith.
Check out this post to see the cover of Cynthia Zhang’s debut novel, After the Dragons, and to learn more about the book. Pre-orders are now open!
It’s time to give away some advance copies of Octavia Cade’s THE IMPOSSIBLE RESURRECTION OF GRIEF! Check out this post for information about how to enter this contest and win a print copy of Octavia Cade’s novella.
This post is the second in a series of short reviews about individual stories from McSweeney’s 58 Climate Fiction issue. The focus of this review is “The Rememberers” by Rachel Heng. Click to read the full review!