The Power at the Bottom of the World

Author: © J. Zornado Series: 2050: A Future History, Volume II Publisher: Merry Blacksmith Press Publication Date: May 28, 2015 Ordering: See publisher above or Amazon Social Media: J. Zornado Escape from Bellerephon The gods plan, Simon laughs. —The Book of M I The desperate cry of a small voice woke Vilb from a terrible […]

When Immortals Reign

Author: © J. Zornado Series: 2050: A Future History, Volume III Publisher: Merry Blacksmith Press Publication Date: June 15, 2015 Ordering: See publisher above or Amazon Social Media: J. Zornado The Keys to the Kingdom Simon upon damnable Simon! How tiresome it is to hear how he is worshipped! I have read the so-called great […]

Mr. Green Jeans

Author: © Chris S. McGee Publisher: Harvard Square Editions Publication Date: April 22, 2016 (Earth Day!) Audio: Chapter Five A week later, Saturday morning 2:00 a.m. It was dark, midnight-blue dark. We had waited for the new moon. Armed with the tools of the trade, we made our way through the thick brush. Having chosen […]

The Islands at the End of the World

Author: © Austin Aslan Publisher: Random House Publication Date: September 2014 Social Media: Twitter (@Laustinspace), author blog, Facebook, Kirkus Reviews, Eco-fiction interview C H A P T E R 1 SUNDAY, APRIL 26 They’ve been getting bigger all evening. This one might be too big, but I can’t be choosy. Dad’s waiting on the bluff, […]

Warning From My Future Self

Authors: ©  Jean Tepperman, art by Alfred Twu Publisher: Sunflower Alliance Publication Date: January 29, 2016 More Info: For information on printed copies, please contact Jean Tepperman In this 30-page comic book for both youth and adults, 10-year-old Gabe Sanchez of East Oakland tells the story of how he and his grandfather time-travel 50 years […]

Augments of Change

Author: © Kelvin Christopher James Publisher: Harvard Square Editions Publication Date: June 2016 Social Media: Author site, Twitter (@KeloJames) Infection By the next day or two, all but one person in the caravan was infected; some with sniffles, some with sneezes, some feverish and flushed with irritations. Baby Ndella, the unaffected, climbed and kicked the […]


Author: © Ken Kroes Series: 1st book in the Percipience series Publication Date: March 15, 2015 Ordering: Amazon, Smashwords Chapter 1 – The Contract The assassin’s target stood near the rear entrance of the city bus. A week of observation revealed that the man’s behavior in the morning was always the same. He boarded the nearly […]

Nature’s Confession

Author: JL Morin Publisher: Harvard Square Editions Press: Interview with Eco-fiction, Teenreads, Fjords Review Prison Class I don’t know why we are here, but I’m pretty sure that it is not in order to enjoy ourselves. —Ludwig Wittgenstein The stairs creaked underfoot, and the conversation in the kitchen abruptly stopped. Kenza came down rested and […]


Author: Steve Masover Publisher: © Salted Rose Press Release Date: September 29, 2015 Press: Interview with Eco-fiction, Reviews Social Media: Author’s blog: One Finger Typing, Facebook Chapter Two October 2003 Chagall rolls up his ski mask, listening to the guard’s Jeep recede down the logging road. A crisp autumn breeze dries the sweat from his […]

California Poems

Author: © Carolyn Welch Publication Date: July 2014 Publisher: Moon Willow Press Review: Tom Hibbard Rucksack Revolution In the lofty meadow path with yellow firs and ducks, creeks tempt us–naked bath among the aspen tucks? Our Morley pokes at the stream, and barefoot writes his prose; we hike on in boot-fall dream, leather crunching our […]