Pippa Goldschmidt, Joyce Chng and Brian M Milton. Contrasts today as we meet the first woman in space visiting Edinburgh, tentacles on a football pitch in Glasgow and a space opera from Singapore.
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.
Performing at Shoreline of Infinity’s Event Horizon on 12th March 2020 at an event celebrating International Women’s Day.
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.
At least during this time of COVID-19 we will be donating a portion of the income through this donation to the Bethany Christian Trust, who do a tremendous job helping the homeless in Scotland.
The income will go equally to the Bethany Trust, Shoreline of Infinity Event Horizon, and to the pool of contributors.