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.
It’s too easy to imagine the end of the world. Much easier, sometimes, than imagining a pathway to a better world. That’s why Solarpunk Futures was created.
If only her ancestors had witnessed the arrival of the age of milk and honey.
As the saying goes, conflict makes a great story. I believe having a society grow and evolve as much as the characters give more interesting layers to it.
Our editors-in-chief recently joined a couple of the hosts and talked all things Solarpunk on the “If This Goes On” podcast.
Join us for our Issue #1 release and launch party! Streaming live from YouTube, Twitter, Twitch, and Facebook. Tuesday January 11th at 6pm GMT.
Solarpunk has a lot of dreams for a future we’d like to live in. Cultural and racial diversity; dignity, prosperity and a high quality of life for all; and urban greenery, artisanal everything, and solar panels galore. But what about the government?
Here are the winning stories from December’s Solarpunk Micro Fiction Contest.
The Matrix Resurrections creates what is—at least in my estimation—a decidedly lunarpunk world and brings the budding aesthetic and subgenre to the big screen, if not for the first time, then at least in the most high profile example to date.