We are delighted to share the cover for Octavia Cade’s new novella, The Impossible Resurrection of Grief. The cover, by…
Since we started the press in January, we’ve been working on populating the blog with reviews of our favourite science fiction, fantasy, and horror, focusing on environmental content. In this post we’re recapping all the reviews we posted in 2020, organized by date (earliest to latest) and type of review.
It’s awards nomination season. If you’re nominating for the Hugo and Nebula Awards for 2020, consider Stelliform’s first two novellas: DEPART, DEPART! by Sim Kern, and NIGHT ROLL by Michael J. DeLuca. Read more about these titles here.
Both Stelliform 2020 titles — Sim Kern’s Depart, Depart! and Michael J. DeLuca’s Night Roll — have gotten some fantastic reviews. Let’s take a moment to revisit the hype!
We’re delighted to announce Stelliform Press’ acquisition of a novella by Octavia Cade, The Impossible Resurrection of Grief. This science fiction novella has a complex and troubling emotional core. The third novella from Stelliform Press, The Impossible Resurrection of Grief features a world in which climate change disruptions fray the emotional threads of humanity and raise questions about the many extinctions in which humans have played a part.
Michael J. DeLuca’s cli-fi fantasy novella, NIGHT ROLL, will be released on October 15th and we’re celebrating the novella’s beautifully dream-like ride through near-future Detroit — a ride through the challenges of motherhood in the time of climate change displacements and the gifts of building new communities. Find out more about the launch, our special guests, and prizes in this blog post.
This week we held our first book launch for Stelliform’s first book, Sim Kern’s Depart, Depart! Watch the embedded video of the event here, and learn about our upcoming launch for Michael J. DeLuca’s NIGHT ROLL.
Despite the fact that another hurricane is headed toward Houston, we’re having a launch for Sim Kern’s DEPART, DEPART!, a book about a hurricane that destroys Houston. Yes, it is too on-the-nose, but this is the reality of contemporary climate fiction. We are telling these stories in the spaces between climate crisis events. Click through to see the prizes available at the launch, and to get your tickets.
We’ve postponed the contest and launch event for Sim Kern’s DEPART, DEPART!, ironically, because Houston is currently threatened by two incoming hurricanes. Check out this post for updates, and link to Sim Kern’s YouTube channel where they are vlogging their hurricane prep.
Kathleen Jennings’ Flyaway is an Australian gothic novella that scales up the haunted house trope to encompass a landscape. In this review, I’ll focus on some of the book’s ecological themes which are largely presented to the reader in the form of fairy tales.