Horrortree - March 9, 2023
Justine Norton-Kerston envisions a brighter future for all of us, but also embraces the dark side.
Justine Norton-Kertson (they/she/he) envisions a brighter future for all of us, but also embraces the dark side. They are the co-editor-in-chief of Solarpunk Magazine, a bi-monthly magazine of radically hopeful and optimistic science fiction, fantasy, and climate fiction. They recently edited the lunarpunk anthology Bioluminescent which was released this January in conjunction with Android Press. If the genre interests you, they also have a nonfiction book, Solarpunk Witchcraft due to be released by Microcosm Publishing in 2024. I sat down with Justine to learn more about their vision and talk about the intersection of horror with solarpunk.