Not Dark Yet was released by Two Dollar Radio in November 2015.
“A remarkable novel from a very talented author” – starred review in Publishers Weekly
“Ellingsen’s attention to the detail of the natural world and to the marks humanity has made upon it is almost staggering in its precision” – Electric Literature
“Fascinating, surreal, gorgeously written, and like nothing you’ve ever read before” – Buzzfeed
“A surreal, unpredictable work” – Vol 1. Brooklyn
“Had Ellingsen further heightened the catastrophe, she could have drawn on the eerie talents she has exhibited in previous writings” – Music And Literature
“An ambiguous and luminous and mysterious text that changes shape and meaning on rereading, as with all the best fiction” – Jeff VanderMeer
“Not Dark Yet is the story of how global crisis becomes personal” – Christopher Allen, editor of Smokelong Quarterly, in The Lit Pub
“A brilliant story about human love and frailty in a time of earth-catastrophe” – Richard Ellis Preston, Jr.
“A glorious, spectacular yet delicate exploration of the human soul” – Philip Fracassi
“Not Dark Yet was the first book I read in 2016, and comes highly recommended” – Jared W. Cooper
“This is a novel that might convince even a climate denier to have another look” – LitBreak
“Not Dark Yet proves that [Ellingsen] has a unique vision, one that will evolve the reader and change the way we understand the novel” – Kevin Catalano