2019 Flash Fiction Competition: A Twist of Reality – The Winners!

Winner  Simon Fung – Those Who live by the Shawarma Runners-up  Emma Levin – Search History Anna Ziegelhof – Dimenso-yarn Ad Copy, draft  We’re delighted to announce the winner of the 2019 Shoreline of Infinity Flash Fiction Competition. Simon’s story is a worthy winner – here’s what the judges say: “A great twist on reality – … Read more

2019 Flash Fiction Competition: A Twist of Reality – The Longlist

By crikey we’ve had some fun with this collection of stories. This year we chose a different approach to judging. We teamed up with six students of English Literature at Edinburgh University, all of whom took the third-year Reading Science Fiction course. A big thank you goes to this year’s judges: Dodo Charles, Emma Hughes, … Read more

Book launch for Scotland in Space

Scotland has big plans for its space industry in the next decade: opening Europe’s first orbital spaceport, expanding further its satellite research and manufacturing industry, and developing a £4 billion space industry by 2030. Scotland in Space: Creative Visions and Critical Reflections on Scotland’s Space Futures presents dialogues between literary authors, natural and social scientists … Read more

Shoreline of Infinity poets win Best Science Fiction Fantasy and Horror Short Poetry of 2018

Massive congratulations to Sofia Rhei and Lawrence Schimel for winning the award of best SFF Short Poetry 2108 for their translated poem “Embalmed.”  This was first published in Shoreline of Infinity publication:  Multiverse – An International Anthology Of Science Fiction Poetry. Huge kudos to Rachel Plummer and Russell Jones, the editors of Multiverse, indeed a … Read more

Shoreline of Infinity and Ruth EJ Booth shortlisted for British Fantasy Awards 2019

British Fantasy Society, British Fantasy Awards 2018 Shoreline of Infinity is delighted to declare that we have been shortlisted for Best Magazine/Periodical in this year’s British Fantasy Society’s Awards. And, Ruth EJ Booth is also shortlisted for best non-fiction for her thoughtful and engaging column, Noise and Sparks.  After two rounds of nomination and voting … Read more