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Scotland in Space

Take a bunch of science fiction writers, scientists, humanists and artists, and throw them into a room. Give them a whiteboard, a pile of sandwiches and a pot of coffee....

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Book launch for Scotland in Space

Scotland has big plans for its space industry in the next decade: opening Europe’s first orbital spaceport, expanding further its satellite research and manufacturing industry, and developing a £4 billion...

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Rosewater Insurrection -Tade Thompson,

Rosewater Insurrection- Tade Thompson Orbit Paperback, 375 pages Review by Joe Gordon I’ve been recommending Tade Thompson’s first Rosewater novel since I first read it last autumn, and it went...

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Binti Trilogy By Nnedi Okorafor

Binti Trilogy Binti Binti: Home Binti: The Night Masquerade By Nnedi Okorafor TOR 2015/2017/2018 Reviewed By Samantha Dolan. When a series is a Hugo and Nebula award winner, expectations are...

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Shoreline of Infinity 16

Nominated again (after winning last year!) for the British Fantasy Society Best Magazine/Journal of the year

New Science fiction stories from: Petra Kuppers, Allen Ashley, Helen French, Kate Macdonald, Laura Duerr, Calum L. MacLeòid, Ahmed A. Khan

2019 BFS award-winning Ruth EJ Booth: Noise and Sparks

Vicki Jarrett: interview

SF Poetry: Rachel Plummer, Cardinal Cox, Chuck Von Nordheim

Plus Mark Toner’s Tales of the Beachcomber
Book Reviews

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Scotland in Space

Creative Visions and Critical Reflections on Scotland’s Space Futures

Edited by Deborah Scott and Simon Malpas

With a foreword by Ken MacLeod

Take a bunch of science fiction writers, scientists, humanists and artists, and throw them into a room. Give them a whiteboard, a pile of sandwiches and a pot of coffee. Let’s see what happens.

The result? Scotland in Space!

Contributors:

Pippa Goldschmidt
, Alastair Bruce
, Sean McMahon
, Elsa Bouet, Laura Lam, 
Beth Biller
, Tacye Phillipson
, Russell Jones, 
Catherine Heymans, 
Matjaz Vidmar

Artists: Andrew Bastow
, Sara J. Campbell

Afterword: Colin R McInnes

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Recent issues

Shoreline of Infinity 15

Stories: DA D’Amico, EM Faulds, Tim Major, Callum McSorley, Tiffany Meuret, JG Sarmiento, Teika Marija Smits, Lidia Molina Whyte Cymera Festival/Shoreline of Infinity Short fiction winners: Cleo Luna,...

Shoreline of Infinity 14

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

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. Bo...

Books and Publications

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 - our lives are going to change dramatically. We'll live longer,...

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 British pub signs relating to science fiction, fantasy and horror, including...

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...

Latest Reviews

A Practical Guide to the Resurrected – Gavin Miller & Anna MacFarlane

A Practical Guide to the Resurrected Gavin Miller & Anna MacFarlane Freight Books 198 pages By Megan Turney   I tend to find it a struggle to write about a...

How to Fracture a Fairy Tale – Jane Yolen

  How to Fracture a Fairy Tale Jane Yolen Tachyon Publications 298 pages Review by Laura Gregory   Fairy tales provide a connection across generations, cultures, and mediums.  From the...

2001: An Odyssey in Words- Ed by Ian Whates and Tom Hunter

2001: An Odyssey in Words. Edited by Ian Whates and Tom Hunter Newcon Press, 199 pages Review: Rachel Hill   The anthology 2001: an Odyssey in Words brings together an...