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Articles by Contributor Sarena Ulibarri

Sarena Ulibarri is a fiction writer whose work has appeared in Lightspeed, DreamForge, Weirdbook, and other magazines and in several anthologies, including Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures. She is editor-in-chief of World Weaver Press and returns as a story reviewer in our climate fiction contest Imagine 2200.

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Sarena Ulibarri is a fiction writer whose work has appeared in Lightspeed, DreamForge, Weirdbook, and other magazines and in several anthologies, including Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures. She is editor-in-chief of World Weaver Press and returns as a story reviewer in our climate fiction contest Imagine 2200. 

There are people all over the world who believe a just and sustainable world is possible. Maybe you’re one of them. Oh, the details of how that world works will vary according to our individual priorities and values, not to mention the physical and political climate of where we live. But we share the same vision: a future in which we’ve tackled the environmental and social justice issues of our time in a way that brings humanity, nature, and technology into harmony. We dream of green, community-centered cities; of high-tech, ethical farms; of pollution-free skies and plastic-free oceans. We dream of a world of abundance and inclusion, with equitable resource distribution and flattened hierarchies. We know we can’t achieve this by following the same path we’ve been walking; we must work together to blaze a new and better... Read more