PHYSICS DEPARTMENT: Triangulation: Dark Skies Reading

Talks

 Announcing a free reading/signing event! Triangulation: Dark Skies is a themed genre anthology about stars and light pollution. Join us at the Physics Department of Carnegie Mellon University in Wean Hall 7316 for the reading. 

The book of stories is edited by AAAP member Diane Turnshek and Scotland writer Chloe Nightingale and holds 21 speculative fiction pieces.

Join us for an update on the nighttime city mapping project at CMU and a reading by Dark Skies author Mary Soon Lee, one of the world's premier astronomy poets.

Samples of Mary’s work can be seen here:
"How to be a Star" https://uppagus.com/poems/soon-lee-star/ 
"How to Thank the Earth"  https://uppagus.com/poems/soon-lee-thank/
"New Year's Resolutions" http://www.sfpoetry.com/sl/edchoice/42.1-1.html
"How to Seduce Apophis" http://www.abyssapexzine.com/2019/01/how-to-seduce-apophis/

Triangulation: Dark Skies is available from Amazon. $17.99 for the paperback, $2.99 for the e-book
Free for anyone who might be interested in reviewing it HERE (only during the month of September) 

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