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Solarpunk Magazine Issue #8 Now Available
Cover Reveal: ANOTHER LIFE by Sarena Ulibarri
We’re thrilled to share the cover of an upcoming solarpunk novella from Stelliform Press: ANOTHER LIFE by Sarena Ulibarri.
Kickstarter Now Live! Voodoonauts (Re)Living Mythology
The Kickstarter is live for (Re)Living Mythology a collection of Black magical stories & poetry produced by Voodoonauts and published by Android Press.
Gamifying Writing: A Talk With Peter Chiykowski, Creator of The Story Engine Deck
“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.”
Kickstarter Live: Utopia Awards & Cli-Fi Con 22 Early Bird Admission!
Help make the first annual Utopia Awards & Climate Fiction Conference a reality!
Utopia Awards & Climate Fiction Conference Announced!
The first annual Utopia Awards & Climate Fiction Conference, #CliFiCon22, presented by Android Press, has been announced!
Empty lots and poor people’s homes were fed into one end of the market, high-rises were spat out the other. But parking garages, in all their brutalist invincibility, were hard to tear down or retrofit. That’s when Derby gangs like us rolled in. We squatted and tagged, built planter beds, and from the broken glass and cigarette butts birthed the totally novel institution that is Doomsday Derby.
How To Create Conflict in Solarpunk and Utopian Writing
It’s easier than you think because conflict is through character. If you start off by creating a solid character then conflict will automatically grow. Secondly just because you have a Solarpunk or Utopian world doesn’t mean there are no conflicts.
Review of “The Future We Choose: The Stubborn Optimist’s Guide to the Climate Crisis”
The closer we run out the clock on the changes we need to make to avoid catastrophic climate change and a total collapse of ecosystems, the greater our climate anxiety spikes, paralyzing us into not taking action. You could call it a death spiral. If we let it occur, that is. Here then perhaps is the book to kick us in the kiester with enough positive thinking to get us moving.