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Saturday, April 17 • 06:00 - 06:50
All the World a Garden

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With every passing year, the question becomes more pressing: how can we sustainably preserve and maintain life on Earth amid ongoing ecological disruption? Solarpunk looks at community-led initiatives and technology, practicality and ingenuity of design, and approaches the existential threats of the present and near-future with a baseline of optimism and a DIY spirit. Join three brilliant authors for a discussion of the triumphs and potential pitfalls of the solarpunk genre and movement.

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Nicasio Reed

Nicasio Andres Reed is a writer, poet, and essayist whose work has appeared in venues such as Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Uncanny Magazine, and Shimmer. He lives in Tagaytay, in the Philippines, and is working on a novel.

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Rem Wigmore

Rem Wigmore is a speculative fiction writer based in Aotearoa. Their novel Foxhunt is forthcoming from Queen of Swords Press in 2021, and their other works include Riverwitch and The Wind City, as well as short fiction in a range of publications. Rem’s probably a changeling, but... Read More →

Octavia Cade

I am a New Zealand writer with a Masters in biology and a PhD in science communication. I have a particular interest in how science is presented in science fiction and horror, and have had a number of academic papers published on the subject, as well as several conference presentations... Read More →

Saturday April 17, 2021 06:00 - 06:50 UTC
  Writing, Panel