Preorder All The Climate Feels Today!

Preorder All The Climate Feels

UPDATE: The print and ebook editions are now available for preorder at major online booksellers, including Amazon!

My new climate poetry collection, All The Climate Feels, is now available for preorder!

All The Climate Feels is a poetic exploration of the climate crisis, climate justice, and how it feels to be alive in times of profound change. This climate poetry collection includes twenty-eight poems written over the course of ten years of climate communication and climate justice advocacy.

You can preorder both the print and ebook edition of All The Climate Feels at the following online booksellers:

  • Bookshop
  • Amazon
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Apple Books
  • Rakuten Kobo
  • Thalia
  • Vivlio
  • Smashwords

You can find all of the links you’ll need to preorder or buy All The Climate Feels using this handy Universal Book Link. Pick which bookseller you want to buy from and you’ll be taken directly to the book for sale on their site.

The print edition is available for pre-order at print booksellers such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Bookshop. You can also go to your favorite local bookstore and place a special order.

The release date for All The Climate Feels is March 20, 2023. When you preorder, the bookseller will reserve your copy and start the delivery process on the day of publication. Obviously, print copies will take longer to deliver than ebooks.

Everyone who doesn’t preorder can order the print and digital copies at most online and in-person booksellers on March 20.

I was surprised to see that Amazon actually has a preorder link for the print edition of All The Climate Things now. I didn’t expect them to have it available in time. Honestly, I’d like to see all of my readers switch to independent booksellers like Bookshop and Smashwords. But if you’re sticking with Amazon, I’ll take the sales where I can get them.

Why preorder?

Preordering helps you, the reader, by reserving your copy and delivering it on the day of publication. It helps book printers by letting them know in advance how many copies to print for the first round of sales. It also helps authors and publishers by showing interest in the book and building momentum for publication day. Preorders are often counted as publication day orders, so preorders help ensure a strong first day of book sales. This can help with the book’s visibility on bookseller websites, interest from reviewers looking at new releases, etc.

If you don’t want to preorder, have no fear! You can also buy it on March 20. Please subscribe to my newsletter and follow me on social media. I’ll send out notices on March 20 to remind everyone that the book is available.

Whether you get the book by preorder or regular order, thank you for reading!


Treesong donates 10% of the proceeds from all author projects, including All The Climate Feels, to climate justice groups. Donations are made on a quarterly basis. To nominate a group for the next donation, please contact Treesong.

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