I first read Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower in the summer of 2016, and I have vivid memories of Lauren Olamina packing acorn flour into her go-bag (or, as I have started calling my own, a Butler bag), of her and her companions, Harry and Zahra, setting out after their community is destroyed, and… Continue reading Brontë’s 2020 Rereads: Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler, in which I find tangents on nonprofits and the utility of dystopia
The Left Hand of Darkness Forty-six years after its original publication date, I first picked up and devoured The Left Hand of Darkness, at age 23. Now here we are, almost a year after the fiftieth anniversary of the book’s release, and I’ve finally gotten around to reading it again. But in the four-and-a-half years… Continue reading Brontë’s 2020 Rereads: The Left Hand of Darkness
Throughout 2019, I did my best to read authors that were new to me in order to intentionally broaden my reading. This personal project was a happy success. It felt great to give myself a firm reason to finally visit some authors that I’d been meaning to read for years. In 2020, though, it feels… Continue reading Brontë’s 2020 Rereads: A Brief Introduction
Dear Folx, We are pleased to announce we have another book under contract! While Sunvault explored solarpunk through prose, poetry, and art, our new project, Almanac for the Anthropocene, will engage with solarpunk on a practical level. Our goal with this edited collection is to provide an accessible handbook to transform the Anthropocene rather than fear it. Each… Continue reading New Project: Almanac for the Anthropocene: A Compendium of Solarpunk Futures
Dear readers, writers, artists, movers & shakers, punks & solarpunks, Well, after a year and a half of living with Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation, the anthology is almost here! It officially comes out on Tuesday (August 29th)! Twitter has alerted us that people are getting their backer copies! Send us some photos of… Continue reading Sunvault drops on Tuesday!
Featuring art from the wonderfully talented and Hugo-nominated Likhain, we are proud to present the cover for Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk & Eco-speculation! It's been an amazing journey, you all, and we are so excited to share it with you.
But until then, a few more of the wonderfully talented and Hugo-nominated Likhain's progress images!