Author: MWP

What is Solarpunk?

What is solarpunk? Please see this thread in SFF World for a roundtable of thoughts about what solarpunk is and how to think about creating stories in the genre. I also asked this question to Adam Flynn recently, and he described it as: Solarpunk is a somewhat promiscuous adjective, used to describe a vision of the future that we actually… Read more →

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John Atcheson

John Atcheson is author of the novel, A Being Darkly Wise, an eco-thriller and Book One of The Earth Trilogy, which traces a small group’s attempt to deal with global warming over the course of fifty years. His writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, the San Jose Mercury News and other major newspapers and he is a… Read more →

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Michael Donoghue

Michael Donoghue mostly lives in his head, but resides in Vancouver, Canada. His stories have appeared in various anthologies, literary journals and sci-fi magazines. Michael works in healthcare, where he spends much of his time preoccupied with hand washing. He can be found on twitter @mpdonoghue. Read more →

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Anneliese Schultz

Anneliese Schultz, MFA ’77, won the 2013 Enizagam Literary Award in Fiction. Her story, “Child”, was selected by final judge Sarah Shun-lien Bynum, a recent New Yorker ‘20 under 30’, and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. In 2012, Anneliese’s stories were also finalists in the Surrey International Writers’ Conference Storyteller’s Award and Wild Leaf Press Short Story competitions.… Read more →

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John Life

John Life is the pen name for a writer fascinated by returning eagles to Ireland and their struggles to breed while battling wildlife rivals and human predators in a land where their species had been extinct for over one hundred years. He also has a deep interest in alternative lifestyles and penned a novel around Christiania the freetown in central… Read more →

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John Life – Armistice

Watch for many of these stories in the anthology Winds of Change: Short Stories about our Climate, coming this fall (2015). Read more →

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Conor Corderoy

Conor Corderoy was born in England in 1957. He spent his childhood on Formentera, the smallest of the Balearic Islands. He had no schooling, though he had a governess for four years, who became an alcoholic and disappeared when he was twelve. He spent his teens in Cordoba, southern Spain, where he got his first job aged sixteen, breaking in… Read more →

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Sand – Conor Corderoy

Watch for these stories in the anthology Winds of Change: Short Stories about our Climate, coming this fall (2015). Read more →

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Clara Hume – The Midnight Moon

Watch for many of these stories in the anthology Winds of Change: Short Stories about our Climate, coming this fall (2015). Read more →

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Poems by Cris Staubach

It’s Happening Now, Already It’s really nothing new, except for the scale of it, and its democratic impact. Life has always ended as a journey of loss of material things, people, places, of physical abilities and mental prowess, but individually, each pretending they would be excluded, immortal, until, accepting or not, their death comes. For some the process is more… Read more →

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