Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Summers

Glass and Gardens Solarpunk Summers Solarpunk is a type of optimistic science fiction that imagines a future founded on renewable energies The seventeen stories in this volume are not dull utopias they grapple with real issues such as t

  • Title: Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Summers
  • Author: Sarena Ulibarri
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  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • Solarpunk is a type of optimistic science fiction that imagines a future founded on renewable energies The seventeen stories in this volume are not dull utopias they grapple with real issues such as the future and ethics of our food sources, the connection between technology and nature, and the interpersonal conflicts that arise no matter how peaceful the world is In the Solarpunk is a type of optimistic science fiction that imagines a future founded on renewable energies The seventeen stories in this volume are not dull utopias they grapple with real issues such as the future and ethics of our food sources, the connection between technology and nature, and the interpersonal conflicts that arise no matter how peaceful the world is In these pages you ll find a guerilla art installation in Milan, a murder mystery set in a weather manipulation facility, and a world where you are judged by the glow of your solar nanite implants From an opal mine in Australia to the seed vault at Svalbard, from a wheat farm in Kansas to a crocodile ranch in Malaysia, these are stories of adaptation, ingenuity, and optimism for the future of our world and others For readers who are tired of dystopias and apocalypses, these visions of a brighter future will be a breath of fresh air Get A Copy Kindle Store UKOnline StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 290 pages Published June 5th 2018 by World Weaver Press More Details Original Title Glass and Gardens Solarpunk Summers ISBN 0998702277 ISBN13 9780998702278 Edition Language English Other Editions 2 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this bo

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      Sarena Ulibarri attended the Clarion Workshop in 2014 and earned an MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder She s Editor in Chief of World Weaver Press.



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    • Another anthology I found through the Solarpunk group I ve posted most of my reading notes in the discussion topic there too.If I have one complaint about the majority of the stories here, it s the lack of grown up human beings in them Imagining how humanity and not just its technology will continue to evolve seems a daunting task But perhaps not as daunting as facing a mature humanity and trying to figure out its mentality and reactions wait till you see Loving Loney Lone, Another anthology I f [...]


    • Group read with the excellent Solarpunk group This collection of eco positive dystopianish stories absolutely blew my mind dystopianish because a lot of these futures were extremely appealing While I would usually pick out a couple of favourites to highlight, I find myself completely unable to choose between about eight of them the quality of these stories was SO consistently good.And even besides the quality of the writing, the overall tone of this collection was so uplifting and positive Group [...]


    • Actual rating 2.5 5I enjoy dystopias and postapocalyptic wastelands, but they don t present the future I want for myself or future generations I want an optimistic future founded on renewable energies I believe people can coexist peacefully with nature Yes, I m that naive.Solarpunk s ideas are close to my heart In short, the genre can be described as a type of optimistic science fiction that focuses on visions of a brighter future The seventeen stories packed into this anthology approach a Actua [...]


    • These stories of optimism, passion, and science are beautiful.Caught Root by Julia K Patt Two communities are rebuilding civilization separately, high rise vs adobe One botanist must make the first strides towards a working relationship Short, sweet, and romantic.The Spider and the Stars by D.K Mok Dedicated to Artemis, whose children reached the stars I cannot believe you just had me crying fat tears over a spider I haven t done that since Charlotte in Charlotte s Web The These [...]


    • So solarpunk is this awesome sf sub genre that is all kinds of cool Head over to the Solarpunk Group which introduced me to the genre thanks for the invite Lena touted as radical optimism or eco positive fic to counter the dystopias out there Think earth ships, arcologies, sky gardens, renewable energy, sustainable agriculture and the like I still enjoy my dystopias but this was a breathe of fresh air Short story collections really make me want to review the stories one by So solarpunk is this a [...]


    • Review originally published hereI was very lucky to be offered an ARC of this straight from the editor due to the fact I previously reviewed Sunvault, another solarpunk collection of short stories I leapt at the chance and read it straight away as I adore solarpunk and am always happy to read of it.Again, as this is a short story collection it s hard to review because all the stories were so different It was delightful to see all the different locations and interpretations used in the sto Review [...]


    • Full Review on Page by PageCaught Root 3 5 The Spider and the Stars 4 5 Riot of the Wind and Sun 2 5 Fyrewall 3 5 Watch Out, Red Crusher 2 5 The Call of the Wold 2 5 Camping with City Boy 2 3 A Field of Sapphires and Sunshine 2 5 Midsummer Night s Heist 2 5 The Heavenly Dreams of Mechanical Trees 4 5 New Siberia 3 5 Grover Case C09 920, The Most Dangerous Blend 2 5 Amber Waves 2 5 Grow, Give, Repeat 2 5 Cable Town Delivery 2 5 Women of White Water 2 5 Under t Full Review on Page by PageCaught Ro [...]


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