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“Boomtown” (with Corey J. White) — Phase Change: Imagining Energy Futures, Twelfth Planet Press, 2022.
“The Painter and the Flatiron” — Cities in a Wild Garden: Stories of the Nature of Cities, Volume 2, 2021.
“The Mammoth Steps” — Terraform, 2018. Edited and reprinted in Multispecies Cities (paperback, Kindle, ebook, iTunes, Nook), 2021. Blog post. Reprint in Terraform: Watch/Worlds/Burn. Reprinted with introduction in Long Now Ideas, 2022.
“In the Storm, a Fire” (with Jay Springett) — And Lately, The Sun (Kindle), 2020. Longlisted for the BSFA 2020 Short Fiction Award. Chanticleer International Book Awards Short 2020 Story Award semifinalist.
“The Lizard and the Rat” — StarShipSofa podcast, 2020.
“The Chaperone” — Working Futures: 14 Speculative Fiction Stories About the Future of Work (Kindle, paperback), 2019. Podcast discussion. Reprinted in The New Accelerator.
“The Lighthouse Keeper” — in Energy Overlays, a book of designs from the Land Art Generator Initiative‘s 2018 Melbourne design competition. Translated into Italian and included in Solarpunk: Come ho imparato ad amare il futuro, edited by Francesco Verso, 2020.
“Sunshine State” (with Adam Flynn) — winner, Everything Change 2016 climate fiction contest.
The Games That Got Us Through — a visitation of Emerge Festival 2016 (in collaboration with Adam Flynn and Bryce Hidysmith).
Zero Emissions Is Not Enough. We Need Climate Repair. — Jacobin, 2022.
“Business is Booming, Nevermind the Climate,” a Conversation with Sarah Blake — Climate Fiction Writers League newsletter, 2022
Speculating on our Climate Future — interview in ASU News, 2022.
Nothing Here But Five Climate Futures — Nothing Here newsletter guest co-edit, 2022.
Our Shared Storm: An Interview with Andrew Dana Hudson — Solarpunk Magazine, 2022
What can science fiction tell us about the future of artificial intelligence policy? (with Ed Finn and Ruth Wylie) — AI & SOCIETY, 2021.
Solarpunk: A new anthology of speculative fiction counters dystopias with hopeful futures — written interview response in Scroll.In, 2021
Talking to Terrestrials — World Weaver Press Blog, 2021.
Rendering the Living — Medium, 2020.
Moving the Beaches, Moving the Seas — World Weaver Press Blog, 2020.
They Really Are Reptoids — Oasis #6: Superstition, 2019.
What does it mean to BE a solarpunk? — Solarpunks.net, 2019.
Nothing Here But Anti-Police Insurgency — Nothing Here newsletter guest co-edit, 2021.
Nothing Here But Us Solar Powered Punks — Nothing Here newsletter guest co-edit, 2019.
Why Climate Fiction? — Imaginary Papers, 2019.
Lessons from the History of Environmentalism (as part the DSA Ecosocialist Working Group Research Subcommittee) — Socialist Forum, 2019.
Ghost Stories in the Machine — Imaginary Papers, 2018.
Tech & the left interview #3 — Fully Automated Luxury Communism Newsletter, 2018.
How to Fix Avengers: Infinity War — Medium, 2018.
When Disaster Is Always Looming (with Milan Shrestha) — Slate, 2018.
My Dumb Tweet About Owl Orgasms and Socialism Went Viral — Slate, 2017.
The Future Is Also Messier Than You Think — Drawn Futures: Arizona 2045, 2017.
Can Sports Survive Our Environmental Crisis? — Slate, 2016.
Solarpunk and Speculative Futurism — Carbotnic Podcast, 2022.
Solarpunk: New Seeds from the Ashes of Cyberpunk — FutureCon panel, 2020.
Come Internet With Me — pilot episode guest, 2020.
Optimism and the Futures of Sci-Fi Worlds — LockDownCon panel, 2020.
Interview on Working Futures — Techdirt Podcast Episode 231, 2019.
The Climate Fiction Episode — The Sustainability Review Podcast, 2018.
Low Carbon Leisure in Solarpunk Futures — re:publica Sequencer Los Angeles 2018.
What Sci-Fi Futures Can (and Can’t) Teach Us About AI Policy — fiction panel (starts 1:44:38), 2019.
@andrewdhudson — Twitter
@andrewdanahudson — Instagram
Ignore All Warnings — tumblr
Oasis — Holum Press
Imaginary College — Center for Science and the Imagination
A.I. Policy Futures — Center for Science and the Imagination and Open Technology Institute
@DSAM4A — Democratic Socialists for Medicare for All