Solarpunk Magazine is a bi-monthly online publication of radically hopeful and optimistic science fiction and fantasy. Issues include short fiction, poetry, and art that tell stories of utopian endeavors, as well as nonfiction that explores various real world, contemporary topics and their intersection with the Solarpunk movement. Solarpunk is a prefigurative, utopian artistic movement that envisions what the future might look like if humanity solved major modern challenges, like climate change, and created more sustainable and balanced societies. It carries many aspects of punk ideologies such as rebelliousness, humanitarianism, egalitarianism, animal rights, decolonization, anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-authoritarianism, anti-corporatism, and anti-consumerism. Similar to the cyberpunk genre, the big difference between the two is that in Solarpunk technology and nature are in harmony with one another rather than in conflict. They produce Solarpunk Futures, a podcast featuring hosts reading stories and poems from the most recent issue of Solarpunk Magazine, and they discuss nonfiction articles that are relevant to the Solarpunk movement.
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