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More love for Sunvault!

Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation got mentions this month from “Solarpunk: Speculative fiction for climate optimists” (Daily Planet, 23 April 2018), “Review: Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation” (A Thousand Worlds, 27 April 2018), and “10 Recent Anthologies That Show Us What SFF Can Do” (Barnes and Noble Blog, 26 April 2018)—in the latter of which, Maria Haskins says, “this anthology is a must-read for anyone feeling beaten down by stories of our grim future.”

Maaaafuckin’ yessssss.

We’ve been having some great conversations at Twitter under the hashtag #SolarpunkChat. I don’t want to attempt to reproduce those conversations here, both because they branch and intertwine and weave and would be very confusing to try to put in order in a single post, and because the participants don’t necessarily want their off-the-cuff ruminations laid out in a more-permanent-feeling medium.

However! Here are some tweets that I want to signal-boost:

Definitely check out the hashtag archives, and join us May 19th for the next one.

28 April 2018


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