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Chris McQueer, Nerine Dorman, Caroline Hardaker, Tendai Huchu and your host: Russell Jones
Tendai is reading from his short story Corialis, we have archive footage of Atz improvising on the cello,and Neil reads ‘Rare as a Harpy’s Tear.’
Come join us at Shoreline of Infinity’s Event Horizon Online.
Head off to The Chosen from the First Age and you can download the digital editions of the collection of a choice selection from the first 11 issues of Shoreline of Infinity Magazine.
The plan is to post new readings here on Shoreline of Infinity’s Event Horizon Online every Thursday night. I see it is 11.45pm, so I’ve just made it. That’s my Lockdown commitment. We’ve got a fantastic pair tonight. Ru Pringle is a writer based in Dunoon, and he was recommended to me by Ken MacLeod. … Read more
cocoon is a new full-length collection of poetry by Edinburgh-based writer & editor Russell Jones, who is of course our fearless Deputy and Poetry Editor. cocoon is published by Tapsalteerie. cocoon features comic poems illustrated by Sara Julia Campbell, Caroline Grebbell, Aimee Lockwood, Edward Ross & Mark Toner. Launched live online via Zoom or livestream. … Read more
T H Dray reads The Worms of Talav, a flash poem-story about clever, kind, blue earthworms from another world.
She is reading from her Lockdown Location in Glasgow.
Ru Pringle joins us at Event Horizon Online from his Lockdown Location in Dunoon in Scotland.
He is reading an extract from his latest novel, October Song, set in the near future and takes us on a nail-biting chase around the Highlands.
Ken MacLeod joins us at Event Horizon Online from his Lockdown Location at home in Gourock, near Glasgow.
He is reading an extract from an as yet unreleased novella, Selkie Summer, to be published by NewCon Press