I received my copy of this anthology over the weekend. You can order it on Amazon or Barnes & Noble (there's no ebook version available at the moment). The poem I have in here is based on a variety of old myths about the moon and what someone would find there, the primary one coming from the Great Moon Hoax of 1835, which I just find to be a wonderfully surreal pseudo-scientific report. This lithograph that accompanied the articles is well worth putting here in the post:
In other news, I'll be having a drabble (a story of exactly 100 words) in the upcoming 20th edition of the Drabbler. The theme of the contest this time was death-bed confessions. I'll post a link when that's available.