‘In the Storm, A Fire’ Longlisted – BSFA Award for Short Fiction

My Solarpunk short ‘In the Storm, A Fire‘ with Andrew Dana Hudson, has been long listed for the 2020 BSFA Award for Short Fiction.


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I received a congratulations DM earlier today informing me ‘In the Storm, A Fire has been longlisted for the 2020 BSFA Award for Short Fiction.

Cowritten with Andrew Dana Hudson. It’s a story that contrasts Solarpunk’s vision of beautiful, dirty, solidaritistic, environmentalism/climate survival with ecofascist unsolutions.

Its packed full of ideas about cyberpunk interfaces, generational politics, high-tech policing, religious schisms, snapchat demagogues. Permaculture retrosuburbia, communities of resistance forced to play power politics with fash gangs in order to survive.

Published late in 2020. The anthology: ‘And Lately, The Sun: Speculative fictions for a climate-thrashed world‘ is still newly out in the world. I know several reading groups are working their way though the collection at the moment.

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Voting for the shortlist is open for BSFA members, and will close on the 5th of February 2021.

If you are thejaymo.net reader, and BSFA member. Please keep ‘In the Storm, A Fire‘ in mind when voting starts.


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4 responses to “‘In the Storm, A Fire’ Longlisted – BSFA Award for Short Fiction”

  1. […] Several more Nanowrimo’s followed, then the blog began, and then the podcast, then surprisingly, commissioned writing, and a short story longlisted for the BSFA award. […]

  2. […] Episode 19-35 back in November 2019. He also co-wrote the BSFA longlisted Solarpunk short story ‘In the Storm, a Fire’ with […]

  3. […] past for new material. I call this “cultural fracking,” a phenomenon described by my friend and fellow solarpunk author Andrew Dana Hudson as: “the capitalist process of endlessly extracting new value […]

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    Jay Springett is consultant strategist, currently specialising in web3, the metaverse, and world running.

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