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...
Solarpunk in Zine Form: Check out  OBSOLETE!

Solarpunk in Zine Form: Check out OBSOLETE!

There are several awesome things about OBSOLETE! Press – especially, obviously, that their latest issue from February 2017 is on Solarpunk. I immensely enjoyed their About page, so I’ll just go ahead an quote a couple of t why the name OBSOLETE!? In...
Utopia NOW!

Utopia NOW!

Still not many reposts on this blog, even though it is such a convenient (7/11!) way of adding relevant content and spreading ideas. So here is a repost of an article (called: Utopia now: why there’s never been a more urgent time to dream of a better world) by...
The Art of Solarpunks: Marina DeBris

The Art of Solarpunks: Marina DeBris

There is plenty of art out there that could be “classified” as Solarpunk, but the genre is still so underground that not many identify with it (yet). So I will introduce some artists who I would love to label as Solarpunks, even though labels don’t...

Easter ruminations and the four-day work week

Time. So elusive. So precious. We can measure time, but we can’t touch it. We can see it indirectly in the change from day to night, or the accumulation of wrinkles in the corner of one’s eyes. For most of us, there never seems to be enough time in an...