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If you can set aside the fact that it was made by Disney, a corporation that is decidedly not solarpunk in its real-word values and practices, then Strange World is a movie that will go down as a classic example of solarpunk animation and storytelling.
In the finale of Solarpunk Presents’ first-ever season, Ariel and Christina sit down to chat together about the Winter Solstice – Christina brings the scientific knowledge, Ariel brings a few book recommendations, and we discuss traditions of celebrating the return of the sun (as we’ve experienced them in the northern hemisphere). What are your favourite solstice traditions? Do you have recommendations of good solarpunk solstice stories to cozy up with? You can tweet at us @SolarpunkP or toot at us over on Mastodon @firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
The Kickstarter is live for (Re)Living Mythology a collection of Black magical stories & poetry produced by Voodoonauts and published by Android Press.
“I knew I had something special when I kept pulling the alpha off the shelf for one more prompt because I was just having so much fun with the settings I was creating.”
The first annual Utopia Awards & Climate Fiction Conference, #CliFiCon22, presented by Android Press, has been announced!
My mind was made up. I was going to join the historian-witnesses. My guides had tested my resolve. They had spoken truthfully to me all day.
From community and stewardship of the natural environment, to radical acceptance, hope, and the central theme of solutions to climate change and environmental damage, Fraggle Rock is without a doubt the most solarpunk show we currently have on television. Whether you’re a young kid or an environmental and socially conscious adult, this show will bring a big smile to your face.
Here are the winning stories from December’s Solarpunk Micro Fiction Contest.
Edited by Rhonda Parrish, this third installment of her “Punked Up Fairy Tales” series more than lived up to my hopes and expectations, and left me craving more cyberpunk stories.