Cities of Light: A discussion on the impact of a solar future

Narrative Hackathon

Cities of Light: A discussion on the impact of a solar future

Justin Spangenthal, The State Press

Cities of Light: A Collection of Solar Futures

Our second collection of solar futures, Cities of Light, follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, but with a twist, leveraging the unique cultures, economies, and geographies of Chicago, San Juan, San Antonio, and Portland to inform and explore a dialogue about post-carbon cities in possible future visions of the United States.

ASU ebook ‘Weight of Light’ provides a vision of a solar future

by Nick Hedges, The State Press

Climate Change Fiction for Students and Teachers

by Sarah Outterson-Murphy Morningside Center

The Scout Report: March 29, 2019

The Scout Report (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Big Rural (reprint)

by Cat Rambo, Motherboard – VICE

Logo for ASU Now: gold text against a white background.

Authors, artists explore solar futures in new anthology

by Joey Eschrich, ASU Now

Friday Field Notes 032219

Solar Cascade

A collection of science fiction stories, art… [Post about Weight of Light]

Solarpunks.net

How sci-fi could help solve climate change

by Zoe Sayler, Salon.com

How sci-fi could help solve climate change

by Zoe Sayler, Canada’s National Observer

The Weight of Light: A Collection of Solar Futures

Our first collection of solar futures, The Weight of Light, puts comparative design at the heart of the solar project. Just how different might solar-powered futures be?

Cover for Overview Stories in the Stratosphere

Overview: Stories in the Stratosphere

What kinds of gripping confrontations and adventures might unfold in near space, above the clouds?

Mark Siegel and Brian Miller discuss a storyboard

Science Comics Workshop

Why: Mark Siegel is an award-winning illustrator, New York Times bestselling author and the founder and editorial director of First Second Books, an imprint of Macmillan Publishers that creates graphic novels

Author And Illustrator Discusses Impact Of Graphic Novels

KJZZ – The Show