Shoreline of Infinity 12

Shoreline of Infinity 12

Fiction and poetry from: Helen JacksonRobert Gordon, Anton RoseJ S Richardson, W G WhiteElva Hills, Duncan LunanCaroline Hardaker, Ken Poyner, Elizabeth Dulemba

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Chris Kelso – SF Caledonia: Crossing the Starfield Mark Toner – The Beachcomber Presents and Ruth EJ Booth – Noise and Sparks: Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Genre?

And the annual flash fiction competition


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Flash Fiction Competition for Shoreline of Infinity Readers

Flash Fiction Competition for Shoreline of Infinity Readers

Fifty years ago, in December 1968, three astronauts circled the Moon for the first time. In this, our second annual flash fiction competition, we are looking for flash fiction science fiction stories on the the theme of: Moon
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Starfield - science fiction by Scottish writers

Starfield – science fiction by Scottish writers

Stories and poems by:

Angus MacVicar, Chris Boyce, David John Lee, Naomi Mitchison, Janice Galloway, Louise Turner, Angus McAllister, Edwin Morgan, Elsie Donald, William King, David Crooks, alburt plethora, Richard Hammersley, Alasdair Gray, Donald Malcolm, Duncan Lunan, Archie Roy.

Edited by Duncan Lunan.


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Shoreline of Infinity 11½ – Edinburgh International Science Festival Special Edition

Shoreline of Infinity 11½ – Edinburgh International Science Festival Special Edition

Can Science Fiction Save Us?

Jane Alexander, Charlie Jane Anders, Eric Brown, Anne Charnock, David L Clements, Leigh Harlen, Ian Hunter, Ken MacLeod, Tim Major, Paul McAuley, Colin McGuire, Megan Neumann, Jennifer R. Povey, Juliana Rew, Peter Roberts, Michael F Russell, Holly Schofield, Marge Simon, Guy Stewart, Adrian Tchaikovsky, JS Watts, Davyne DeSye, Jane Yolen, Victoria Zelvin


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