Solarpunk Futures is an optimistic, utopian science fiction podcast that imagines a new world where humanity, technology, and nature coexist in harmony rather in the conflict. The podcast is produced by Android Press and Solarpunk Magazine. Hosts read stories and poems that were published in the most recent issue of Solarpunk Magazine, and discuss nonfiction articles that are relevant to the solarpunk movement aimed at solving the climate crisis and creating a sustainable future. One episode of the Solarpunk Futures podcast is released every other Monday.
Justine Norton-Kertson (they/he/she) is a writer, publisher, musician, photographer, and community organizer. They are the founder and editor-in-chief of Solarpunk Magazine and Black Cat Magazine, and his work has been published or is forthcoming in more than a dozen magazines and journals. She lives in Oregon with their partner, cats, puppy, goats, and beehives.
Brianna Castagnozzi (she/her) is a writer, artist, musician, and composition instructor. She enjoys writing and reading interstitial fiction that explores the connections between ethnic, spiritual, and environmental narratives. Her work has been published in Stonesthrow Review, Shawangunk Review, and ENTROPY. She is a licensed falconer, and lives with her red-tailed hawk in the Hudson River Valley.