Song of Less, a verse novel exploring ritual and the limits of love in the ruins of ecological collapse, is out now with Cordite Books.
"In a shadeless season, on a blistered earth, a small band of humans are singing. They are trying to remember; they have tried to forget. They are making up something from the things that are left. They are salvaging. Song of less: this song we are singing in the wreckage." - Anwen Crawford
"A world after this one is evoked by way of a beautiful haunting mix of poetry and prose – as in Basho, but this time winding through a narrow gate that goes right to the end." – Kim Stanley Robinson
"Fleming's is a violent but convincing world of compelled rebirth, which we are powerfully and poetically urged to avoid." – Geoff Page in Australian Book Review