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East of Constantinople, West of Shanghai


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Fly me to the moon

I had mentioned this already in the past, but today I got an update, and so you get an update too.
The two volumes of the Unbreakable Ink anthology, edited by Shebat Legion, and featuring two stories of mine, will be part of the Lunar Codex project.

The purpose of the project is to create three time capsules on the surface of the moon, containing a selection of creative works from our home world.

As an arts and culture project, The Lunar Codex has been called the most expansive, international, and diverse collection of contemporary culture launched to the Moon. Significantly, it is the first project to launch the works of women artists to the lunar surface. It is also the first project, to our knowledge, to place film and music on the Moon. 

A long time reader (and sometimes writer) of science fiction, this is an old dream that comes true – from the time I spent my Sunday evenings watching Space 1999 on a small Zenith black and white TV. Granted, 1999 is long gone, and it will only be two stories of mine that get on the dusty surface of the moon, but what the heck, they will be there, and I will be too, and forever.

So, should you happen to be around the Lunar South Pole in the future, you’ll be able to check my stories, and every other story in the anthologies collection.
Or you can go on Amazon, and buy them here on Earth.

And now, a little music…