In this podcast series, Tomasino and GIG supervisory board member Pawel Ngei discusses Solarpunk as a movement within art, literature, and activism. He explores its themes and discusses what separates it from its genre peers. Each episode explores a writing prompt set in a Solarpunk aesthetic with examples and inspirations from today’s world.

It’s a pretty common criticism of Solarpunk as a budding genre. In aiming to paint a utopian and highly aesthetic vision of a better world, many authors leave many politics and potential struggles out of their stories. We don’t need to avoid politics or community conflicts, even open struggles in our dreams of a better tomorrow. 

Pawel Ngei

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Solar punk podcast is based upon story prompts 

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