Hot Mess: speculative fiction about climate change [NOOK Book]

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A thought-provoking collaborative anthology on the theme of climate change, featuring short stories from RJ Astruc, Rachel Lynn Brody, Miranda Doerfler, Sare Liz Gordy and Eric Sipple, with illustrations by Hannah Werdmuller and cover design by Sarah Hartley.

"She Says Goodbye Tomorrow" by Eric Sipple
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Hot Mess: speculative fiction about climate change

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Overview

A thought-provoking collaborative anthology on the theme of climate change, featuring short stories from RJ Astruc, Rachel Lynn Brody, Miranda Doerfler, Sare Liz Gordy and Eric Sipple, with illustrations by Hannah Werdmuller and cover design by Sarah Hartley.

"She Says Goodbye Tomorrow" by Eric Sipple
As microclimates shift and a once-abundant vineyard withers away, its owner fights to keep her family’s winery and memories alive. How long can she put off moving on?

"Haute Mess" by Rachel Lynn Brody
Even Fashionistas get the climate change blues.

"In Between the Dark and the Light" by Miranda Doerfler
When state-sponsored executions threaten to claim his only daughter, Brett Zerum does everything he can to save her and escape to a new, otherworldly paradise.

"Traditionbus ne Copulate" by Sare Liz Gordy
The Way of the Geonome will eventually call everyone home. But with humans wiped out in the apocalypse, who’s left to answer?

"Mom. Mom. Mom. Mom. Mom." by Rachel Lynn Brody
A boy struggles to keep a promise to his father, while his mother shields him from tragedy in an information-saturated age.

"The World Gets Smaller, and Things Get Left Behind" by RJ Astruc
Everyone knew the deluge was coming. Now, tourists at a new Atlantis visit the city that couldn’t be saved.

Word count: 18,300.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014275743
  • Publisher: Rachel Lynn Brody
  • Publication date: 3/21/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 217 KB

Meet the Author

Contributors to this anthology include writers, illustrators and designers from New York, Pennsylvania, California and New Zealand.
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