Event Horizon Online LIVE!
8pm Thursday 13th May 2021 A cabaret of mythic proportions! This live event will feature myth and folklore influenced music, prose and poetry readings, plus a bonus extra-special inside look...Book your tickets - Pay what you can »
8pm Thursday 15th April 2021 Ken MacLeod's Road Trip takes us from Scotland through the north of England and London to the far side of the Earth. Three talkative passengers...Book your tickets - Pay what you can »
Edited by Madeleine Shepherd
Introductions by Ken MacLeod and Pippa Goldschmidt
The first human being in space was Russian. The first man on the Moon was American. However, the space race is a marathon, not a sprint. Startling evidence suggests that the longest rocket flight ever made was a classified Scottish project.
Alba ad Astra is a collaborative thought experiment celebrating Scotland’s industrial and technological heritage. Documents, photographs and testimonials have been collected by Madeleine Shepherd and contributors such as Andrew J. Wilson and Kirsti Wishart. These fragments reveal a secret part of Scotland’s history – or a new mythology.
We’re delighted to announce that Shoreline of Infinity has been nominated for best magazine/periodical by the British Fantasy Society.Read More
We’re absolutely thrilled to bits to announce that Tobi Ogindiran’s story Isn’t Your Daughter Such a Doll has been nominated for best short story for the The Shirley Jackson Awards. Tobi’s...Read More
We’re looking for short stories, poetry, non-fiction and reviews with a focus on sci-fi with a spotlight on disabled and/or neurodivergent writers.Read More
A Science Fiction Ghost Story At Christmas, everyone enjoys the thrill of a ghost story. This year, we want a science fictional ghostly tale to scare the bejeesus out of us....Read More
Books and Publications
It’s the End of the World: But What Are We Really Afraid Of? Adam Roberts 288 pages Elliott & Thompson Review by Ken MacLeod No one would have believed in...Read More
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars Christopher Paolini 878 pages Tor Review by Andrew Chidwick Ever since the days of Tolkien, maps have been a beloved staple of the...Read More