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Cymera Festival/ Shoreline of Infinity Short Story Writing Competition Deadlines:

6pm Sunday 28th April 2018 (14-17 years old)

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Shoreline of Infinity 14

Shoreline of Infinity 14

Stories: Thomas Broderick, Rhiannon Grist, Cat Hellisen, Ken MacLeod, Andrew Reichard, Neil Williamson, Vicki Jarrett, Emma Levin, Alyssa Eckles, Eris Young

Poetry: FJ Bergmann, Harry Josephine Giles, Richard Stevenson

Ruth EJ Booth’s BSFA award shortlisted column “Noise and Sparks”
Pippa Goldschmidt on “The Future is already here”

Mark Toner’s Tales of the Beachcomber
SF Caledonia: Chris Kelso on Neil Williamson
Plus reviews


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Tales of the Beachcomber Volume 1

Tales of the Beachcomber Volume 1

The Beachcomber's own comic, volume 1 features Gail Scott's first adventure "Who Is Mentor?" along with "Mutable Martians," "Where Have All The Time Machines Gone?" and "The Centenary Of Arthur C Clarke."
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A Practical Guide to the Resurrected

A Practical Guide to the Resurrected

Medicine is advancing at a breakneck pace. Genome editing, lab-grown organs and advanced bionics are all on the horizon - ...
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Watch The Signs! Watch The Signs!

Watch The Signs! Watch The Signs!

Dragons, rockets, Vulcans, witches, scientists, authors and the Apocalypse – this book has it all. A handy reference of genuine ...
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The Chosen from the First Age

The Chosen from the First Age

A taste of Shoreline of Infinity. Stories selected from the first 11 issues of the British Fantasy Society award winning magazine ...
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Multiverse - an international anthology of science fiction poetry

Multiverse – an international anthology of science fiction poetry

Edited by Rachel Plummer and Russell Jones Come on a journey through time and space, viewing strange lives and meeting ...
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Shoreline of Infinity wins British Fantasy Society Award 2018 for best magazine/periodical.

This was our first nomination, and we were up against some pretty tough competition;

we are, as you can imagine, dead chuffed.

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