We had to have a launch. Duncan wanted it in his home Troon, and that was fine by us. Now, we’ve been running successful Event Horizons for over a year in Edinburgh. An Event Horizon, or more formerly Shoreline of Infinity’s Event Horizon, are monthly science fiction mini festivals we host in in the Blind Poet. A … Read more
Many thanks to all you writers who have submitted stories to the magazine. We’re getting through them, so please be patient while we read them. We do read every one, and agonize when we have to say no to a perfectly good story which does not quite fit what we are looking for at that … Read more
A summer special magazine of science fiction. Featuring stories from Gary Gibson and Andrew J Wilson and interviews with Ken MacLeod and Tricia Sullivan, and a new column by BSFA award winning writer Ruth EJ Booth.
M Luke McDonell. Our tour guide pressed a button on his phone and the deadbolt of the puck-like lock slid home with an audible thud.
This spring, the intrepid explorers of Merchiston Publishing will boldly go where few twenty-first century Earthlings have gone before, and release a new edition of the lost science-fiction classic, A Voyage to Arcturus. David Lindsay’s sweeping philosophical venture through space gets a fresh new spin. Our crisp cover and fonts dreamt up by our savvy … Read more
At the February 2016 British Science Fiction Association monthly meeting, Peter F Hamilton interviewed Gareth Powell. Two great British SF writers in one convenient package. I wonder what would be the result of a collaboration between these two? For those of who were not able to make the journey to London, here’s a video recorded by Chad Dixon.
My interest in music and science fiction go back my childhood.
When I started writing back in the early ’90s there was Horror, Fantasy and Science Fiction. You knew where you were back then, with rigidly defined rules of doubt and uncertainty. Sure, there was some market fracturing – ghost story markets didn’t like to think of themselves as horror for example, but as a rule … Read more
Pippa Goldschmidt. I’m in the middle stage of writing my next novel which is partly set in a Swiss Tuberculosis (TB) sanatorium in the 1920s.
When we (Al Murray and myself) set up Elsewhen Press in 2011, we were greeted with a degree of incredulity by friends and colleagues. Although we had some experience of traditional media, our background was predominantly in new media. We had dabbled a bit in general fiction but had found it too hard to compete … Read more