We’re looking for science fiction short stories by trans, nonbinary and gender-nonconforming authors.
Our first submissions window of 2021 is open from 11th to 13th March – send us your stories!
Read on for details of windows for the rest of the year.
We’re looking for short stories, poetry, non-fiction and reviews with a focus on sci-fi with a spotlight on disabled and/or neurodivergent writers.
Introducing the monthly Shoreline of Infinity Science Fiction Magazine.
From March 2021 we’ll be publishing a digital edition of Shoreline of Infinity every month, and in June and December we’ll be publishing a printed edition.
We’re very pleased to announce that Tobi Ogundiran was voted onto the BSFA (British Science Fiction Association) shortlist for his story in Shoreline of Infinity 18.
Join Jane Yolen and the Shoreline team as we proudly publish and launch her short collection, The Last Robot.
Poems, will be read, chat will be had, jokes may be made.
Hosted by Russell Jones.
“The tourist screamed when they saw me, which was always hurtful. “You don’t have a visa,” I told them as I stayed partly submerged in the warm water. “Turn around.” ”
“Of the things that could go wrong while crocheting, opening a portal had seemed like a low probability.”
“Ralia smiled. “The door sensed she wanted to enter and spoke to her. It said, ‘I am a door, my name is Door. I am a protector of the secrets within.’ ”
“But Odette divined the house’s secrets. Nooks under staircases and crannies between sofas and walls … Columns of light that moved around the house, picking whatever room suited their fancy.”