Undeniable: Writers Respond to Climate Change: An Anthology by 52 Authors

Undeniable: Writers Respond to Climate Change

Undeniable: Writers Respond to Climate Change
65 pieces by 52 authors

The world is screaming. Are you listening?

Within these pages, you’ll find a lot of dark humor—a very valid response to dealing with the grief, confronting the truth, and accepting that the U.S. government won’t do enough to help with our irreversible tilting into the tenebrous canyons of the Anthropocene, so we have to pull more than our own weight, do more than our fair share, tell our stories over and over again in the face of corporate, lobbying, ignorant, and misinformed adversity, while bracing ourselves for the worst to come. You’ll even find in these pages some sparks of utter optimism among the grief. But mostly you’ll find the horror, the shock, the devastation, the sadness you’d expect from such a heavy topic.

There are the reoccurring subjects: fossil fuel overuse, wasted water, sinking backyards, disappearing whales, food shortages, new bacteria, carbon, pipelines, drought, the disproportionately affected based on race, religion, ideology, wealth disparity, circumstances of birth and location. Women talk about not wanting to have kids born into this dying world; immigrants talk about the refugee crises to follow; and everyone rages against the corporations taking advantage of the land’s vulnerability in order to turn a profit. There are the horrifying ladies you know by name: Sandy, Katrina, Irene—and there are the obscurities and anomalies that are slicing us open by a thousand slow cuts. What will surprise you, though, is how much this devastation has caused people to pause and reflect on the absolute beauty of this world, even in its darkest hurricanes of chaos.

Featuring 65 pieces of nonfiction, fiction, hybrid, and poetry by 52 authors, this anthology is a document of our times—from the anger and righteousness of those left behind, to the fear for the bleak world we’re leaving in the hands of those still to come. It is our hope that this anthology becomes obsolete, but it is our knowledge of a greedy and careless humanity that knows, with sorrow and certainty, that these pieces will remain timeless.

Trigger warnings: Climate change, environmental trauma, abortion, natural disasters.

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About Undeniable

• Environmental-Themed Fiction, Nonfiction, Hybrid, & Poetry
• Published by Alternating Current Press
• 5½” x 8½” Perfectbound Trade Paperback
• Cream Paper, 234 Pages
• Print ISBN-13: 978-1-946580-15-3
• Print ISBN-10: Coming soon
• First Edition: March 2020
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Authors in Undeniable

• Ellery Akers
• Joumana Altallal
• Leah Angstman
• Marc Beaudin
• Hannah Blaser
• Lavina Blossom
• C. W. Buckley
• Pinny Bulman
• Josh Daniel
• Caralyn Davis
• Ann V. DeVilbiss
• Stephanie Devine
• Kevin Doyle
• Dionne Custer Edwards
• Marilyn J. Evans
• Stacey Forrester
• Cynthia Gallaher
• Robert René Galván
• Michael Garrigan
• Madeline Grigg
• Kim Harvey
• Andrew M. Howard
• Anna Kaye-Rogers
• Deborah Kelly
• Chris Ketchum
• Olivia Kingery
• Leah Kuenzi
• Dorie LaRue
• Haley Lasché
• Deborah Kelly
• L. N. Lewis
• Tracy K. Lewis
• Helena Lipstadt
• Travis Madden
• C. S. Malerich
• Allie Marini
• Deborah Marr
• V. C. McCabe
• Jason Morphew
• Ryan Napier
• Robbi Nester
• Kunjana Parashar
• Vivian Faith Prescott
• Kathleen Rooney
• Rota
• WLS
• Kelly R. Samuels
• Ashley Shelby
• Eric Shonkwiler
• Matt Tompkins
• Donnie Welch
• Wendi White
• Shanna Yetman

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