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.
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.
Check out our February 2021 newsletter, the first of the year. It contains news about cover reveals, giveaways, forthcoming titles, and a 50% discount on 2020 ebooks.
We’re delighted to announce Stelliform Press’ acquisition of the novella The House of Drought by Dennis Mombauer. Mombauer lives in…
We are delighted to share the cover for Octavia Cade’s new novella, The Impossible Resurrection of Grief. The cover, by…
We’re taking a blog break for the remainder of 2020, and for our last blog post of the year, we thought some of you might be interested in our submissions statistics for the year. Read on for some submission stats broken down into genre, length, and submitter demographics.
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.