Greetings and Salutations

Note: This site is not currently being updated with new issues. You may be looking for http://www.knightsatari.wordpress.com.

Knight’s Atari started in September 2011 as a monthly newsletter published jointly between the Chess and Go Societies at NUI, Galway. It has continually evolved since then and now publishes all types of silly things.

Its editors have reluctantly grown up (only a little) and moved on from NUIG and so too has Knight’s Atari been forced to change with the times. We are now an international online publication. Sounds impressive, I know! Our website http://www.knightsatari.com will be launching soon but in the mean time, we are going to be posting articles at http://www.knightsatari.wordpress.com.

This site contains pdf versions of all the printed issues of Knight’s Atari that were produced while at NUIG, from September 2011 up to April 2014. Below, you can find issues dating back to September 2012. For our even earlier issues, click on Back Issues up above.

We can be contacted through facebooktwitter or email at knightsatari@gmail.com.

April 2014

April 2014 – The “Chocolate” Issue. – Call for Submissions

We are seeking submissions for the April issue of Knight’s Atari.
Submissions must be humorousish, may contain some mention of chocolate if you like, and aside from that, anything goes…
Generous cash prizes will be awarded to whomsoever sends in the best submission, in the editors’ opinion, for the issue.
Submit whatever the hell you like, be it doodles, witticisms, mathematical curiosities, et cetera, et cetera…
 
Terms & Conditions:
Entry is open to all. Submissions may be of any length. Multiple submissions per person is absolutely fine. Entries must be received by
knightsatari@gmail.com
by noon on Saturday, April 5th. The judges’ favourite entry will receive €50 as a prize and two runners-up will receive €25 each as a prize. Entrants – winners or otherwise – consent to the publication of their submission within the April issue of Knight’s Atari, at the discretion of the editors. Aside from that, entrants retain all copyright on their submissions, in the unlikely event that
anyone gives a toss. If an entrant wishes to remain understandably anonymous, they should advise the editors at the
time of submission. The editors reserve the right to edit submissions, by the power vested in them by their title.