Interview with Nina Munteanu
Season 1, Ep. 6
In this episode, we talk with Canadian sci-fi and climate fiction author, Nina Munteanu, about water and her recent books, blurring the lines between fiction and non-fiction, and the idea of an author's responsibility to their community of readers.Click Here to check out A Diary in the Age of Water, Water Is... The Meaning of Water..., as well as Nina's other works.
Shine Anthology: Interview with Jetse de Vries
Season 1, Ep. 5
On our fifth episode, co-host Brianna Castagnozzi talks with Jetse de Vries about his 2010 Shine Anthology, a collection of optimistic science fiction stories that is a progenitor of the solarpunk genre. They also talk about Jetse's more recent work.
Art, Carbon Capture, and Restoring Native Forests
Season 1, Ep. 4
On this episode, we talk with Yishan Wong. Yishan is the founder and CEO of Terraformation, and former CEO of Reddit about the solarpunk art contest he is hosting that has almost $20,000 in cash prizes. We also talk the native reforest restoration work he's doing with Terraformation to help solve the climate crisis.
Interview with Sarena Ulibarri
Season 1, Ep. 3
In Episode 3 we talk with Sarena Ulibarri, head of World Weaver Press and editor of three solarpunk anthologies including Glass & Gardens: Solarpunk Summers, Glass & Gardens: Solarpunk Winters, and Multispecies Cities: Solarpunk Urban Futures. We also hear a reading of a solarpunk story called "Caught Root," written by Julia K. Patt, and read by our co-host, Brianna Castagnozzi.
Countdown to Blast Off
Season 1, Ep. 2
On our second episode, we talk more about Solarpunk Magazine and our goals for the next few months. We also read and discuss a work of solarpunk flash faction called, "A Distant Honk" written by Holly Schofield.
Amazofuturism and Solarpunk
Season 1, Ep. 1
In our first episode, we talk with Brazilian lawyer and author Yasmin Moita, who has a short story titled, "Taming the Sea and the Wind," in the forthcoming anthology, Amazofuturo. We read from and talk about Yasmin's story as well, what amazofuturism is, and it's relationship and similarities to solarpunk.