SHORELINE’S SUMMER EXTRAVAGANZA Event horizon Headliner: Jane Yolen Poetry: Russell Jones and Caroline Hardaker Prose: read by Debbie Cannon Art: Elizabeth Dulemba SF food & fairytale: Matjaz Vidmar Music: Reverse Engineer MC: Gavin Inglis from Writers’ Bloc (late sub!) Plus SF music, the launch of Shoreline of Infinity issue 12, the
The Fantasy Event in conjunction with Æther & Ichor Gerda Stevenson Eris Young Gordon Wilson Callum Dougan SK Farrell The Cthulhu Brothers join us on our 30th Event Horizon for words and music, chat and beer, and a peruse of the Merch table groaning under the weight of some fine
Can Science Fiction Save Us? 8pm Thursday 12th April 2018, Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Summerhall. This month we’ve teamed up with the Edinburgh Science Festival for a fascinating evening exploring the power of science fiction. We’ll have poetry and music from Rachel Plummer and Nicky Long on clarinet. Ben Blow reads from Shoreline of Infinity
Read the full review at Rhyming with Ranking Celebrating International Women’s Day with a night of live science fiction We have: The Monster and Mary Shelley performed by Catherine Gillard of The Occasion Songs from the awesome Roelle Blue #noBadVibes – a new story from Katy Lennon Poetry from Siobhan Shields
A monster evening of science fiction with Prose and other words from Ruth EJ Booth, Hal Duncan & Neil Williamson Poetry from Aileen Ballantyne and Andrew Blair Songs of Apollo’s Children from Painted Ocean 7.30pm – to who knows when, THURSDAY 8th February 2018 Frankenstein 26 George IV Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1EN
A cracking night was had by one and all -watch the livestream courtesy of Channel7A. A monster evening of science fiction at its liveliest. We’re trying out a new home – bring pitchforks and flaming torches.* Come help us celebrate Issue 10 of Shoreline of Infinity with some fine entertainment. with
Another fine feast of frolicsome science fiction Words from Cat Hellisen, Andrew J Wilson Dramatic ‘Poe-etry’ from Harken Theatre Puzzlings by Paul Holmes and wonderful, glorious music from Aurora Engine (no earlier than) 7.30pm, Wednesday 8th November 2017 The Banshee Labyrinth 29 Niddry Street Edinburgh www.thebansheelabyrinth.com and featuring the world-famous
Harry Giles – Orcadian science fiction poetry and more L-Space – music that’ll mess with your mind Laura Lam – writer extraordinaire in conversation with writer and Shoreline Columnist Ruth EJ Booth The Art of the Cover Ant – Stephen Pickering (who’s name is not Ant, alas) on the task of the
An Evening with Ken MacLeod launching his new book The Corporation Wars: Emergence. In conversation with Andrew J Wilson. 13th September.
An Evening with Ken MacLeod launching his new book The Corporation Wars: Emergence.
In conversation with Andrew J Wilson. 13th September.