Reckoning 7 (Paperback)

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" O]ne of those speculative fiction magazines that I get genuinely excited to read because the kind of stories they publish are always some concept or execution I've never seen before."

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Reckoning 7, edited by Octavia Cade, Priya Chand, and Tim Fab-Eme, focuses on oceans and the global water cycle.

Featuring poetry, essays, fiction, and art by Elsie Andrewes, Priya Chand, Tim Fab-Eme, Octavia Cade, Nadine Aurora Tabing, Emily Alta Hockaday, Tehnuka, Naila Francis, C.G. Aubrey, Anastasia Jill, Dheepa R. Maturi, The Reverend Emilie Teresa Smith, E.C. Barrett, Rajiv Mot , Sam Claussen, Virginia Boudreau, Sera Gamble, Ruth Joffre, Ivy Raff, Colm O'Shea, Elizabeth Wilson Davies, Oyedotun Damilola Muees, Ejiro Elizabeth Edward, Aparna Paul, Amanda Yskamp, Maria S. Picone, Susan L. Lin, Micah Nemerever, Mo Usavage, Varun U. Shetty, L. Chan, Justine Norton-Kertson, Sara E. Palmer, Filomena Acosta, J.H. Lee, Floris M. Kleijne, Cristina Legarda, Dyani Sabin, Kelsea Yu, and T. K. Rex.

Ebook release: January 8, 2023

Print release: July 2023

Trade paper, perfect-bound. 256 pages, 65,000 words.



Drua - Elsie Andrewes

Sacral - Amanda Yskamp


Editorial - Priya Chand

Editorial - Tim Fab-Eme

Editorial - Octavia Cade

A River Dance: Cauvery in Crisis - Dheepa R. Maturi

From the River to the Sea - The Reverend Emilie Teresa Smith

The Dream Catcher's Island - Ejiro Elizabeth Edward


The Bright in the Gyre - Nadine Aurora Tabing

Why We Bury Our Dead at Sea - Tehnuka

A Predatory Transience - C.G. Aubrey

Swimming Whole - E.C. Barrett

The Air Will Catch Us - Rajiv Mot

Icediver - Ruth Joffre

A Song for the Selkies - Oyedotun Damilola Muees

Little Apocalypses - Aparna Paul

Inclement Weather - Susan L. Lin

What It Means to Love a City - Mo Usavage

The Sand Knows Its Way Home - L. Chan

A Glass of You - Filomena Acosta

Yellow River Burial - Floris M. Kleijne

A Scarcity of Sharks - Kelsea Yu



Lies You've Told About the Pacific Garbage Patch - Emily Alta Hockaday

After encountering the grey whales in El Burbujon, Laguna Ojo de Liebre - Naila Francis

Facebook Event: Run into the Category 5 Winds of a Woman Pretending to be a Hurricane - Anastasia Jill

The Split-in-Half Lumberjacks - Sam Claussen

Aftermath - Virginia Boudreau

the world as it is - Sera Gamble

In Memory of Thwaites Glacier - Ivy Raff

Carbon Sink - Colm O'Shea

Cantre'r Gwaelod - Elizabeth Wilson Davies

Ocean Vengeance - Maria S. Picone

P-T - Micah Nemerever

Losing Ground - Varun U. Shetty

Great Barrier Reef - Justine Norton-Kertson

Reconciliation - Sara E. Palmer

Sublease of Land - J.H. Lee

How to Place an Intravenous Line - Cristina Legarda

History of Orconectes - Dyani Sabin

Product Details
ISBN: 9781955360098
ISBN-10: 195536009X
Publisher: Reckoning Press
Publication Date: July 1st, 2023
Pages: 256
Language: English


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