Interview with Adam Flynn on Solarpunk

A family in Tarialan, Uvs Province, Mongolia, uses a solar panel to generate power for their ger, a traditional Mongolian tent.
28/Jul/2009. Tarialan, Mongolia. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe.

Last year the term solarpunk came onto my radar. I read a piece at Arizona State University’s Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative’s Hieroglyph project called “Solarpunk: Notes toward a manifesto” by Adam Flynn. Having been a cyberpunk and steampunk reader, … Continue reading →

Friendswood, A Novel: Rene Steinke


I was interested in making people aware of these environmental issues, but also how they affect people, and the stories about what happens after the incidents. -Author Rene Steinke, Houstonia Magazine Friendswood, Texas, is a small Gulf Coast town of … Continue reading →

Winds of Change, Various


About time some serious writers and artists engaged with the biggest issue of our time–maybe all time. These stories show that engagement fully underway! -Bill McKibben, founder Click here for the book launch party announcement (November 17, 2015 – … Continue reading →

Carbon, Daniel Boyd


West Virginia writer and film director Daniel Boyd’s graphic novel Carbon is a horror comic in which coal is a monster. Its first chapter, a creation story involving hydrogen, nitrogen, and carbon, is narrated by God himself. –Santa Fe New … Continue reading →