The Elements of Time time-travel stories by Duncan Lunan. Illustrated by Sydney Jordan.
Shoreline of Infinity Publications is proud to announce its first book publication.
The Elements of Time, a collection of time-travel stories by Troon author Duncan Lunan, is published in paperback and ebook formats by the new Scottish Science Fiction magazine Shoreline of Infinity.
The four classical elements are represented in the collection’s main stories, featuring time travel by land, sea, air and fire, supported by three shorter stories also involving time travel.
Three of the main stories were first published in the USA, in Analog, Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine and the anthology series There Will Be War, and all three were nominated for the Science Fiction Writers of America Nebula Award. The fourth was to be published in Amazing Stories, when the magazine ceased publication, and the others appeared in the UK, in Dream, West Coast Magazine, and the Centre for Contemporary Arts collection To Arrive at Where We Started.
The book is illustrated throughout by Sydney Jordan from Dundee, best known as the creator of Jeff Hawke, the world’s longest running science fiction comic strip (from 1954 to 1988; Duncan Lunan wrote or contributed to ten of the later stories). The ‘air’ story With Time Comes Concord was illustrated by Sydney for its first publication in Analog, and he has now provided illustrations for all the other six stories as well as a colour cover.
The Elements of Time is available from all good bookshops and in ebook formats from the major ebook shops.
You can order the paperback directly from the publishers at Shoreline of Infinity Publications The Elements of Time for £10
The Elements of Time is also available in Kindle or ePub formats from Shoreline of Infinity Publications The Elements of Time for £3.99
About Shoreline of Infinity
Just to remind you, Shoreline of Infinity Science Fiction Magazine came into life in July 2015. Issued quarterly, it features new short science fiction stories, interviews, book reviews, articles and original artwork. It is published in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Shoreline of Infinity also hosts Event Horizon. These are mini science fiction festivals held on the first Monday of every month at the Blind Poet, Edinburgh. A fun night of science fictional happenings, which is rapidly becoming a legend.