On catch-up. Fill your screen, turn up the volume and sit back. Enjoy the show!
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.
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.’
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.