Reckoning 3

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Navigating by heartstrings through fire and flood in pursuit of a future.

“A project that is timely, necessary, and at times even hopeful. Highly recommended to all who are interested in the future of genre fiction as well as the future of our world.” —Kelly Link, author of Get in Trouble

Ebook release: December 2018
e-ISBN: 978-0-9989252-4-0
245 pages; 64,000 words.



Fight or Flight – Stylo Starr
Extinction Gong – Julian Oliver and Crystelle Vu
Extinction Dish – Carrie Reichardt
Cliff Projection – Feral X
Test Prints for #ExtinctionRebellion – #BODYPOLITIC


Endurance – Thomas Wharton
The Invasion of Yonkers – Mansuda Arora
Letters from Alouette Women’s Correctional Facility – The Reverend Emilie Teresa Smith


The Green Man – Teika Marija Smits
Tiger – Joe M McDermott
More Sea Than Tar – Osahon Ize-Iyamu
Flowers for the Living, Flowers for the Dead – Michelle Muenzler
The Mortmain – Sebastian Strange
Fuck You Pay Me – Francis Bass
A Diary from the End of the World – Cécile Cristofari
The Feather Wall – Octavia Cade
The Blackthorn Door – Tania Fordwalker
The Eater of Dirt – Marie Vibbert
Under the Sunset Hill – Soumya Sundar Mukherjee
Exit Here – Andrew Kozma
Vivian, Radiant – Bernard M. Cox


How Can I Look Up – Danika Dinsmore
Eruptions – Lynne Sargent
Displaced Water – Seth García
Song of the Suburbs, Kestrel in an Apocalyptic Landscape – Christine Holland Cummings
Paddling in the Sound – Adelia MacWilliam
The World Ended in Ice – Adam Stemple
Corrupt the World with Drum – Alicia Cole

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