On catch-up. Fill your screen, turn up the volume and sit back. Enjoy the show!
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.
Poetry: F.J. Bergmann
Prose: Chris Beckett, Tony Ballantyne
Art: Jackie Duckworth and Mark Toner
Flash Fiction Awards – winning story read by Danielle Farrow
Zoom Drama: The Infinitesimals – Reptilian Flux continues
Hosted by: Noel Chidwick and Mark Toner
Thursday 19th November 2020
Join editors Claire Askew and Russell Jones at the launch of a new edition of Umbrellas of Edinburgh, where they explore Scotland’s capital city through contemporary poetry and prose.
Live readings by:
Lady Red Ego
Marjorie Lotfi Gill
Thursday 12th November 2020
Launch of ‘Uncanny Bodies’ anthology – readings of stories, poems and essays celebrating the uncanny.
Published by Luna Press
Featuring readings of stories and poems from contributors
Pippa Goldschmidt (MC)
Christine De Luca
8pm Wednesday 4th November 2020
New visions of city living through the laser-sharp lenses of biological research.
Readings and chat from
Andrew J. Wilson
Editors: Larissa Pschetz, Jane McKie, Elise Cachat
8pm, Thursday 22nd October 2020
Join Ruth EJ Booth and Russell Jones as they explore sci-fi in video gaming, with live videogame-inspired poetry, prose, music and talks from videogames researchers and industry professionals.
Music: Theremin Hero
Poetry: Stephen Sexton
Prose: Corey Brotherson
Academic chat: Gabriel Elvery (University of Glasgow) and Charly Harbord (Abertay University)
Games design talk: Graeme McKellan, No Code (Observation, Stories Untold)
Hosted by Ruth EJ Booth and Russell Jones
While we’re all hunkering down for a while, we thought we’d experiment with bringing a little something of our Event Horizons to your own home.
Events, book launches, conventions, festivals – all gatherings are cancelled, so we are offering Event Horizon as a platform for published writers in the first instance. We are asking them to tell us a story, read an extract from a new release and send us their video – to phone it in, if you like.
We’re asking for 5-12 minutes, which is just about the same time-slot for each act at an Event Horizon.
So, grab yourself a drink, sit back, and let’s all enjoy a story.
Noel Chidwick, Editor-in-Chief, Shoreline of Infinity
Shoreline of Infinity’s Event Horizon is a regular science fiction cabaret of stories, poems, music, drama and occasionally sword fighting. Hosted and directed by Russell Jones and produced by Shoreline of Infinity co-founder and Editor Noel Chidwick. Supported by Creative Scotland.
Interested in submitting a piece? Find out more here.
Shoreline of Infinity’s Event Horizon Online is available free to view, but please consider a small donation to support this project.