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Reckoning: an imperfect means of navigation by which one determines where they’re going using only where they’ve been.
Reckoning: a settling of scores; justice.
Environmental justice: the notion that the people (and other living things) saddled with the consequences of humanity’s poor environmental choices and the imperative to remedy those choices are not the ones responsible for them.
Reckoning: a nonprofit, annual journal of creative writing on environmental justice.
“A bold new journal of speculation and resistance, alive with possibility yet achingly aware of the here and now.” – Sofia Samatar, author of Tinder
“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
“At once elegiac and urgent, focused on the great, unfolding injustice of our times: the wanton destruction of a livable climate and biosphere. The complexities and entanglements of the human and non-human emerge here through diverse planetary voices that make an abstract global phenomenon feel as here-and-now and as real as it gets.” —Vandana Singh, author of Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories

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