Tuesday, May 16, 2017


I landed on LEA 4 in the morning, a week or so ago to do my regular daily check of data and restart, when I saw there was someone else there. It's my rule to never restart when there's someone on the region unless the restart it critical.  Poetry of the Planets is a casual exploration that generates modest traffic, so I let the restart go for the day and began collecting data and submission notecards.

Well, it turns out the little yellow Minecraftian robot avatar who was present was not just exploring, he was recording.  He gets through all of the major points of the region at a Minecraft pace and in record time.  He probably missed some of the more discrete details, but that's totally okay.  Everybody to their own pace and meeting their own expectations. He clearly thought enough of it to record the experience, and that's cool.

Thank you Jaroslaw for, not only taking the time to explore Poetry of the Planets, but for also recording and sharing it!

Submissions of poetry and stories are still being accepted. The region remains open for exploration, and just hanging out through May 30th.

Poems and stories (2000w or less) can be submitted at the drop boxes on LEA 4, or by emailing them to caledoniaskytower at g mail (dot) com. And YES, feel free to illustrate your submissions!

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