Reckoning 6, edited by Aïcha Martine Thiam and Gabriele Santiago, addresses the intersection between social upheaval and environmental change.
“[I]t’s like a brief closing of the hand around something small and floating, framing it just long enough that we are able to look, really look at it. And then, if we can, we let it go.”
—Aïcha Martine Thiam
“It is not utopia. But it is what we can have, these careful negotiations, communications, challenges, and sharing. We have relationships. New, complicated, frustrating, rewarding. Alive.”
Featuring poetry, essays, fiction, and art by Zuzanna Kwiecien, Francesca Gabrielle Hurtado, Russell Nichols, Tom Barlow, Nicasio Andres Reed, Nicholas Clute, Cislyn Smith, Nancy Lynée Woo, Tim Fab-Eme, E.G. Condé, Ken Poyner, Daria Kholyavka, Sofia Ezdina, Avra Margariti, Grace Wagner, Sigrid Marianne Gayangos, Kola Heyward-Rotimi, Scott T. Hutchison, Nicole Bade, Susan Tacent, Jessica McDermott, paulo da costa, Ellie Milne-Brown, Amanda Ilozumba Otitochukwu, Charlotte Kim, Rebecca Bratten Weiss, Amirah Al Wassif, Brianna Cunliffe, Jacob Budenz, Miriam Navarro Prieto, Wen-yi Lee, Mari Ness, Takayuki Ino, Rumi Kaneko, Preston Grassmann, Jesse Nee-Vogelman, Al Simmons, Laura Adrienne Brady, Prashanth Srivatsa, Taylor Jones and Luke Elliott.
Print release: July 2022
Trade paper, perfect-bound. 260 pages; 62,000 words.