Posted by Audrey Lee on July 6, 2010
Wake up and smell the coffee folks, it’s time to put your creative minds to work! Our friends at Moon Rocks magazine are on the lookout for contributions from both emerging and established fiction writers. A great place to embark on your literary endeavours, Briton-born, Sydney-based Moon Rocks Magazine features short fiction, illustration, design and photography from readers such as yourself. That deserves a nod and two big thumbs-up from Kluster.
The theme for the next issue is ‘Night’, so if you have any ideas, check out the submissions page at www.moonrocksmagazine.com for more details.
Posted by kluster on June 19, 2009
NASA are pulling out all stops in their attempt to put an end to conspiracy theories about the faking of Apollo 11’s moon landing. Once and for all (they hope. “Never!” We say). The plan involves the recently launched Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter taking - wait for it - more photos. Some of which, it is hoped, will also contain images of equipment left behind by the 1969 landing.
Wow, since the first round of photos failed to convince millions, these ones are certain to do the job, right NASA?
Seriously though, we’re really not that fussed if the whole thing was a grand sham or not. We get all the Moon-ish information we need via copies of the once-tangible, now-also-cyber fanzine, Moon Rocks.
Moon Rocks is not really about the moon but we kind of like that about it. It’s about fiction (apt), rock’n’roll, crime, creative thoughts and some of the wonderful people and places that can be found in and around Brighton, England.
The good news is that now that we don’t have to rely on our friends in Brighton send us copies by snail mail. To our distinct delight, Moon Rocks have (as previously implied) made the leap to ze digital world. Hurrah!