The Anthropocene Hymnal is published! — Experiments in Fiction

Today, this book of wonderful poetry about saving our planet becomes available in both paperback or kindle versions. Two of my poems have been chosen to be in it. All proceeds from the book go to organizations working to save our planet. Please consider buying one $4 (for kindle) or $9 (for paperback) or donate a minimum of 3 pounds by following the instructions at the original post.

YAY, I’m finally published in paper 🙂

The waiting is over! You can now purchase The Anthropocene Hymnal in Paperback and Kindle format from Amazon (just select your relevant region). I also have a PDF version of the book available. 290 more words

The Anthropocene Hymnal is published! — Experiments in Fiction

33 Comments Add yours

  1. Congratulations, Li. Gonna buy it for sure. ❤️

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Punam, so happy to hear you’re going to buy it. Thank you, Punam, for the congratulations ❤

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  2. Sadje says:

    Congratulations Li. A wonderful achievement. 💜❤️

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Sadje, thank you very much and for your support for my writing all along ❤

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      1. Sadje says:

        You’re welcome my friend

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  3. Jen Goldie says:

    Wow! Congratulations! 😊 I’m so happy for you Lisa! 💜👍🌹

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Jen, thank you! It was a nice balance to the NYC midnight rejection 🙂

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      1. Jen Goldie says:

        No kidding! Onward and Upward!
        Everyone has an opinion! ………..😊💜

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  4. Dale says:

    Bravo, Lisa! So happy for you!

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Dale, thank you very much 🙂

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  5. ghostmmnc says:

    Congratulations! How wonderful to be published for such a worthwhile cause. 🙂

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, Barbara, yes!

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  6. Irene says:

    Yay, congratulations! I just bought it on Kindle, very noble cause.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you and so happy to hear you bought one, Irene! There is a lot of good poetry in there.

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  7. Congraatulations AND SOOOO EXCITED ABOUT THE BOOK!!💖💖

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you. Ingrid is to be commended for pulling it together. I admire her greatly for it.

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      1. You’re so welcome! Yea she sure is!!💖

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  8. pendantry says:

    Congratulations, Li! I’ve just bought a copy, and look forward to reading it. I’ve also set up a booklinker.net ‘genius link’ for the book, which automagically redirects to the appropriate national site: http://mybook.to/AnthropoceneHymnal 🙂

    I’m repeating myself here (assuming that my comment on Ingrid’s site makes it out of moderation), but; I’ve sent Ingrid a submission of my own work for Volume Two (in the hope that there will be one). It’s a haiku entitled ‘Sacrilege‘:

    Gaia, swirling heaven.
    Mankind blossoms, then explodes;
    the end: just deserts?

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, pendantry! That’s wonderful that you are supporting the work of saving the planet with your skillset. It sounds like your ‘genius link’ is getting it to a wider audience and that is much appreciated. I’m sure Ingrid will be happy for the support also. With all of the good poets out there, a Volume Two is a good seed to plant. I really like your poem as an accurate assessment of current status of our dear mother and the invasive species trying to take her down.

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      1. pendantry says:

        Thanks, Li. High praise, coming from you 🙂 (Did you like the double entendre at the end? I’m very proud of that.)

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        1. msjadeli says:

          You’re welcome and yes I liked the end, whatever it is (homonym? pun?)

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          1. pendantry says:

            I think it can be classed as both. “Just deserts” can be read as either “only vast expanses of desolate wasteland” or as the idiom meaning “the punishment that one deserves”. (And yes, the idiom is spelt correctly; it’s all too often spelled with a double ‘s’ because of the way it’s pronounced, but that’s wrong.)

            Personally, I think that the concluding interrogative is the icing on the cake 😉 but then I’m bound to think that, as I’m really proud of this piece (as you can tell). Though it’s short, I think it’s one of my best.

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            1. msjadeli says:

              Yes, kudos on the poem!

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  9. memadtwo says:

    Congratulations! I ordered my copy yesterday. (K)

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, K, and ditto. I read through a good bit of it yesterday. What a wonderful compilation dedicated to our dear mother. So much passion and care in the words.

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      1. memadtwo says:

        I ordered the book–I don’t have a Kindle, or I do have one somewhere that my daughter gave me, but I never liked to read on it so I never use it.

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        1. msjadeli says:

          Did you know you can get “kindle for PC” free from amazon and any kindle book you buy will send it directly to your computer?

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          1. memadtwo says:

            I know, I just like books. I’m a Luddite in many ways.

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            1. msjadeli says:

              I got one of each 🙂

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