A second beginning.
Radix Media is proud to present AFTERMATH: Explorations of Loss & Grief.
In early 2017, we decided to focus our energy into expanding our publishing program, and put out an open call for submissions on the topic of loss and grief. It humbled us to no end that this open call received nearly one thousand submissions. That project became our first book, AFTERMATH: Explorations of Loss & Grief.
How do you define loss and grief?
AFTERMATH: Explorations of Loss & Grief is the first book in our newly expanded publishing program. It’s an anthology that weaves together a broad collection of voices to illustrate the many forms of loss. The topics range from the inevitable breakdown of a relationship to an immigrant family struggling to retain their culture as they attempt to assimilate. In their interpretation of the book’s theme, the selected stories run the spectrum from heartfelt, raw, and powerful to lighter and humorous.
This body of work reveals how, despite the differences of our day-to-day lives, we are all connected.
AFTERMATH brings together the incredible stories of thirty-three contributors in the United States and abroad, working in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, comics, photography, and illustration.
The book is currently in our online store.
Publication Date: April 26, 2018
Format: Paperback, 180 pages, 5.5″ x 8.1875″
What people are saying.
“By melding together voices from different walks of life, Radix Media’s Aftermath exposes a deep, heartfelt, and widely encompassing picture of grief and the growth that stems from it.” — Foreword Reviews
“Radix Media has concentrated its printing powers to publish this graphic and bittersweet collection of stories, poems, art and text messages. Aftermath celebrates the possibility that outlast struggle, and heightens our understanding of contemporary social challenges.” — Lucas Hunt, author of IOWA
“Aftermath’s stories are an opening into the heart at its most vulnerable, raw and messy. In such sharing, they offer a much-needed reminder that we grieve because we have loved and lost, and yet love still.” — Cindy Milstein, author of Rebellious Mourning: The Collective Work of Grief
“To engage with these pages is to live another’s sorrow, to maybe find echoes of your own loss, and emerge with a greater understanding of it. Aftermath is highly recommended for anyone looking for a series of tough and heart-wrenching reads that cover a breadth of tone, experience and genre while leaving you eager for more.” — Maggie Craig, author of The Narrows