Issue 10, CliFiCon, 2024 Subscriptions, and more!

Summer is here and the sun is hot! Smoke blankets both the east and west coasts of North America as climate changes drives even hotter summers and drier forests. Now more than ever, the world needs solarpunk. Solarpunk Magazine’s July News Issue #10 ~Colorful Roots~ Our annual issue of all-BIPOC creators is now available forContinue reading “Issue 10, CliFiCon, 2024 Subscriptions, and more!”

Huge Birthday Discount on 2023 Subscriptions This Weekend

March 14 is the day we release Solarpunk Magazine Issue #8, our second issue of 2023. It’s also our founder and co-editor-in-chief, Justine Norton-Kertson’s birthday. In anticipation of that big day, we’re kicking off the celebration by putting our 2023 subscriptions on sale for only $20! That’s almost 50% off the individual cover price, andContinue reading “Huge Birthday Discount on 2023 Subscriptions This Weekend”

September’s Winning Micro Fiction Story

We should have gotten this story posted here over a month ago, and our apologies to author Richard Lau for the delay. We hope you enjoy his wonderful micro fiction story, “That One Bead” which won our Indigenous authors themed round of our monthly micro fiction contest. That One BeadRichard Lau As a tribal tale-tellerContinue reading “September’s Winning Micro Fiction Story”

Interview with Justine Norton-Kertson about BIOLUMINESCENT: A LUNARPUNK ANTHOLOGY

On this episode, Ariel sits down with Justine Norton-Kertson, editor of the forthcoming BIOLUMINESCENT: A LUNARPUNK ANTHOLOGY. They discuss what lunarpunk is in contrast to solarpunk, what inspired Justine to put together an anthology of lunarpunk fiction, and a sneak peek at some of the participating authors and the content that fans can expect to encounter!