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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