Interviewing author Jesikah Sundin about her Biodome Chronicles series is a stunning place to begin Season 2. We chat about so many punks in this one, especially ecopunk, mannerpunk, and cyberpunk as well as hopepunk and solarpunk!
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Interview with Author Jesikah Sundin
In Part 1 of this conversation, we chat about Jesikah Sundin’s innovative Biodome Chronicles series.
Jesikah is very informed and thoughtful about many punk genres we talk about on this podcast, plus she’ll be joining me as we kick off the Storypunks Salon and Reading Room virtual book club via Facebook Live on Earth Day: April 22, 2019!
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Here are questions I asked:
- On this show, we discuss “the punks”. Can you share your working definition of the term ecopunk? Is anything in-bounds or out-of-bounds for you when it comes to ecopunk and other punks?
- Looking back, was there a specific memory or situation in your life that you feel led you to the path you’re on, writing about ecopunk and forest fantasy (so cool!)?
- For readers who haven’t yet found your work, please give us an overview of each series and what themes readers can expect.
- I’m excited to chat about your ecopunk series The Biodome Chronicles, which incorporates different time periods converging and nature meeting machine in compelling ways. How did you unique combinations evolve? What was your creative process in arriving at this interesting story?
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