An image of all Stelliform Press's current book covers 2020-2021

As a small press, we aim to partner with independent bookstores and libraries to promote climate stories and the authors that tell them. All our books are available worldwide, through Ingram Wholesale, Overdrive, and other venues. We are happy to send books directly to booksellers and libraries if these channels are not available. We’re also excited to work with booksellers and librarians on climate fiction related events. Please get in touch!

Below is our complete catalogue, ascending by publication date:

2020

Depart, Depart! by Sim Kern

An Otherwise Award Honor List Book

“With high stakes and a solid emotional core, and a perfect balance of speculation and an all-too-real vision of climate apocalypse, Kern shows the necessity of compassion, empathy, and community in the face of crisis.”

— Publishers Weekly starred review
Cover of Sim Kern's Depart, Depart!



Horror; LGBTQ; climate fiction; novella
September 1, 2020
6″ x 9″, 88 pp.
ISBN 9781777091705 (trade paper)
ISBN  9781777091712 (e-book)
$7.99 (e-book), $14.99 (trade)  USD
$9.99 (e-book), $18.99 (trade) CAD
€6.99 (e-book), €13.99 (trade)
Ordering Info: Ingram Wholesale; Overdrive
55% discount; returnable

Synopsis

When a hurricane destroys Houston, Noah—a Jewish trans man—shelters in a Dallas arena amongst other queer refugees and “capital-T” Texans. Crisis intensifies ghostly visions of Noah’s grandfather who escaped Nazi Germany as a boy, and Noah must decide if he’s willing to sacrifice his identity to survive.


Night Roll by Michael J. DeLuca

Finalist for The IAFA William L. Crawford Fantasy Award

“A hypnotic near-future novella that will captivate literary and genre readers alike.”

— Publishers Weekly
Cover of Michael J. DeLuca's NIGHT ROLL with blurbs



Urban Fantasy; climate fiction; novella
October 15, 2020
6″ x 9″, 98 pp.
ISBN 9781777091729 (trade paper)
ISBN  9781777091736 (e-book)
$7.99 (e-book), $14.99 (trade)  USD
$9.99 (e-book), $18.99 (trade) CAD
€6.99 (e-book), €13.99 (trade)
Ordering Info:  Ingram Wholesale; Overdrive
55% discount, returnable

Synopsis

When her friend Virgil disappears, climate refugee and new mother Aileen Dupree ventures out to find him. On a surreal bicycle race through Detroit, Aileen comes face-to-face with the Elf, Detroit’s timeless rebel spirit, and is confronted by both the frightening and hopeful possibilities of her new life.


2021

The Impossible Resurrection of Grief by Octavia Cade

“Cade’s strength shines in her beautiful descriptions … This thoughtful work is a reminder of humanity’s connection and responsibility to the natural world.”

— Publishers Weekly
Cover of Octavia Cade's The Impossible Resurrection of Grief



Science Fiction, climate fiction; novella
May 20, 2021
6″ x 9″, 82 pp.
ISBN 9781777091767 (trade paper)
ISBN 9781777091774 (e-book)
$7.99 (e-book), $14.99 (trade)  USD
$9.99 (e-book), $18.99 (trade) CAD
€6.99 (e-book), €13.99 (trade)
Ordering Info:  Ingram Wholesale, Overdrive
55% discount, returnable

Synopsis

When biologist Ruby finds resurrected Tasmanian tigers at an isolated facility, she knows that Grief—an unstoppable melancholy linked to environmental devastation—is here and the dead are coming. But in the fallout of her friend’s death and her impending divorce, can she stand on the side of the living?


After the Dragons by Cynthia Zhang

“This is a fantastic read for people who love … to just lose themselves in a gentle story now and then.”

— Book Riot
Cover of After the Dragons by Cynthia Zhang



Urban fantasy, Romance; LGBTQ;
China; climate fiction; novel
August 19, 2021
6″ x 9″, 160 pp.
ISBN 9781777091743 (trade paper)
ISBN 9781777091750 (e-book)
$7.99 (e-book), $18.99 (trade)  USD
$9.99 (e-book), $21.99 (trade) CAD
€6.99 (e-book), €15.99 (trade)
Ordering Info:  Ingram Wholesale, Overdrive
55% discount, returnable

Synopsis

In an overheated Beijing, researcher Elijah Ahmed and activist Xiang Kaifei join forces to save the city’s beleaguered dragons and find a cure for Kai’s illness. Grief hangs over their relationship and Eli and Kai must confront hard truths if there is any hope for themselves or the dragons.


2022

The House of Drought by Dennis Mombauer

“At once climate fiction and gothic horror, Mombauer’s mosaic tale manages to convey a powerful message without ever feeling preachy, painting a picture of a house that is more than just haunted. Readers will be captivated.

⁠— Publishers Weekly
Cover of Dennis Mombauer's THE HOUSE OF DROUGHT, featuring a woman in shadow and smoke, holding a sepia-toned house in her outstretched hand. The image is framed with golden rice stalks.



Horror; climate fiction; novella
July 2022
6″ x 9″
ISBN 9781777091781 (trade paper)
ISBN  9781777091798 (e-book)
$7.99 (e-book), $14.99 (trade)  USD
$9.99 (e-book), $18.99 (trade) CAD
€6.99 (e-book), €13.99 (trade)
Ordering available through: Ingram Wholesale; Overdrive
55% discount; returnable

Synopsis

When violent thugs storm an old colonial house in Sri Lanka, young Jasmit hides in an upstairs bathroom where a running tap opens a gateway to escape. But the Dry House is not the only force in the place where the forest and the estate meet—something else stirs in the trees, something that demands retribution.


Weird Fishes by Rae Mariz

Cover of Rae Mariz's WEIRD FISHES, featuring a mermaid-like creature and a bioluminescent octopus



Fantasy; climate fiction; novella
August 2022
6″ x 9″
ISBN 9781777682347 (trade paper)
ISBN 9781777682354 (e-book)
$7.99 (e-book), $14.99 (trade)  USD
$9.99 (e-book), $18.99 (trade) CAD
€6.99 (e-book), €13.99 (trade)
Ordering available through: Ingram Wholesale; Overdrive
55% discount; returnable

Synopsis

When Ceph, a squid-like scientist, discovers proof of the ocean’s slowing currents, she makes the dangerous ascent to the uncharted surface above. Out of her depths, Ceph relies on Iliokai, a seal-folk storyteller, and the unlikely friends struggle to solve a problem so big it needs a leviathan solution.


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