The Worry Tree

The Worry Tree

This is a story from India about the Worry Tree (Sorgenbaum). There was once a village in which stood a large, old tree. One day the villagers were invited to pack up all their worries and hang them unto the tree. But in return, they had to take home with them someone...
What I learnt at the Mighty Car Mods meetup

What I learnt at the Mighty Car Mods meetup

1. People looooooooooove EV’s! James from Traction EV has copped a bit of flak from petrol heads over the last few years, but out there, at an event organised by people who encourage cooperation, respect and appreciation for and with each other, with the fully...
Fusion HEALth Salon @ Wonky Manor

Fusion HEALth Salon @ Wonky Manor

Grassroots Healthcare supported by Grassroots Community Network! When? Saturday, 8.7.17 from 9:30am-2:30pm Where? Wonky Manor on Ekibin Rd, Annerley/Brisbane (exact address TBA) What? A casual day of: – learning about and trying out various kinds of health care...
Remedies to hypocrisy # 1

Remedies to hypocrisy # 1

2017 has been a huge year for me, and I bet it has been for you too. Everybody’s been saying it. Challenging, rewarding, and all those nuances inbetween. And the time’s gone so quick as well, quicker again, surely, than the year before, which went quicker...
The Art of Solarpunks: acesonued

The Art of Solarpunks: acesonued

Since I first met Laura aka acesonued (pronounced: ah-key-so-noo-eed) at Zday 2015 in Brisbane, she has really embraced her own style. And that style has become more and more Solarpunk whenever I had the pleasure of checking it out. Or the other way around, acesonued...
The Work of Solarpunks: Rob Brezsny

The Work of Solarpunks: Rob Brezsny

Rob Brezsny is a writer, musician, astrologist and “culture hero”, who has added priceless amounts of beautiful soul, mind and <3 food to the world since the eighties. My housemate, friend and fellow writer Michelle Karen has followed his...
Solarpunks interviewed: Gerson Lodi-Ribeiro

Solarpunks interviewed: Gerson Lodi-Ribeiro

Many thanks to the generosity of Abraham Martinez, editor of the digital weekly sci fi, horror and fantasy magazine “El Ojo de Uk”, for supplying this interview from a year ago! It seems a great time to publish it again as the Brazilian anthology...