It's finally here! https://lunarpunk.space is live. Currently an open instance, but please read the rules before joining.
There is also a public feed for anyone who wants to see what kind of stuff is being written: https://lunarpunk.space/read
Name: Alex Aloi
Alter-Egos: The Scrawler in the Darkness, @MontyVerdan
I am also the mortal incarnation of The Scrawler in the Darkness, a being that writes grim fates for those who step outside of reality. This piece of art by @artisticfennec is the only extant representation of this eldritch being...so far.
Hello there! I'm Mission Control, mod of lunarpunk.space, a write freely instance devoted to #SFF writing. I recently joined the co-op, but I only just made an account on here today. I'm a nonbinary ecosocialist and anarchist unicorn interested in #lunarpunk and #solarpunk and also saving the planet.
I've joined primarily to see what the rest of the community is like, since I've interacted with a number of you positively on my old account, @AlexAloi.
only 100 followers away from embarrassing myself irrevocably by showing off an old Minecraft lets play from 2012 to the world #GetStarwallTo1K
So like I'm always looking for excuses to bring out this page ... but it feels extra appropriate here.
Apparently a lot of the best children's books have been written by gay authors, who worked acceptance and openness into the message.
That is super cool and I wonder if it has to do with how much more open this generation is then previous ones?
you can see all the Rick Riodan Presents stuff here. it's pretty cool: http://rickriordan.com/rick-riordan-presents/
if you're gonna be a popular white dude the least you can do is help promote the work of others. it'd be IDEAL if this weren't necessary but......i'll take what i can get, i guess
Mod of https://lunarpunk.space
Speculative fiction writer and RPG player. 18+.
Not a Brony, just a unicorn.
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.