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MILK by Stref

"So what is MILK? It's not really a graphic novel, as it is comprised of a collection of short stories but it's not really an anthology either. I see it...

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The Last Robot, and Other Science Fiction Poems

Birthed in the body shop, polished by the nurse, it rests in your arm without movement or thought, until you speak. — from ‘Robot Baby' Jane Yolen has won the...

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Umbrellas of Edinburgh

Edited by Russell Jones & Claire Askew.  This landmark anthology showcases Edinburgh in the modern day, with poems and short stories inspired by its renowned and lesser-known locations. It contains...

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A Practical Guide to the Resurrected

Medicine is advancing at a breakneck pace. Genome editing, lab-grown organs and advanced bionics are all on the horizon - our lives are going to change dramatically. We'll live longer,...

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Scotland in Space

Creative Visions and Critical Reflections on Scotland’s Space Futures Edited by Deborah Scott and Simon Malpas With a foreword by Ken MacLeod Take a bunch of science fiction writers, scientists,...

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Biopolis: Tales of Urban Biology

Edited by Larissa Pschetz, Jane McKie, and Elise Cachat, Illustrated by Pilar Garcia de Leaniz. Cutting-edge life science meets speculative fiction. Stories from: Viccy Adams, Jane Alexander, Clare Duffy, Pippa...

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Watch The Signs! Watch The Signs!

Dragons, rockets, Vulcans, witches, scientists, authors and the Apocalypse – this book has it all. A handy reference of genuine British pub signs relating to science fiction, fantasy and horror,...

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Stories and poems from: Bo Balder, Chris Barnham, Brian D. Hinson, Monica Louzon, Ken MacLeod, Adam Marx, Andy McKell, Lindz McLeod, Heather Valentine, Juleigh Howard-Hobson, Richard Magahiz, Sadie Maskery

Noise & Sparks: Ruth EJ Booth

Non-fiction: Anna Mocikat on – Is Cyberpunk Dead?

SF Indie Press Spotlight: Peter Buck of Elsewhen Press

2022 Flash Fiction Competition Details

This issue is published  in paperback and digital versions: PDF, Kindle and ePub

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Shoreline of Infinity 30

Featuring Episodes 1 & 2 of Approaching Human - a new AI noir serial by Eric Brown Stories and poems from: Leda...

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Shoreline of Infinity 29

Print and digital edition Stories from: Adriana Kantcheva, B.G. Alder, Ben Blow, E.M. Faulds, Callum McSorley, Ida Keogh, Jack Schouten, Louise...

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Shoreline of Infinity 28

Disabled and neurodivergent people’s issue New stories from Callum Dougan, Ely Percy, M. Shaw, Scott Talbot Evans, Louise Hughes, This...

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Shoreline of Infinity 27

New stories from Callum McSorley, Jo Ross-Barrett, Jack Schouten, R V Neville Poetry from Christopher Collingwood Alex Storer visits The...

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Books and Publications

The Forgotten adn the Fantastical 5 Book Cover

The Forgotten and the Fantastical 5: Modern fables and ancient tales

Edited by Teika Bellamy The fifth in the series of The Forgotten and the Fantastical brings you wolves and glass and altered reality. A grandmother remembers what it was like...

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Alba ad Astra – Scotland’s forgotten history of space exploration

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...

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Ace Doubles by Eric Brown

Ed Bentley’s wife has left him and he's been dropped by his publisher. Still, it’s not the end of the world. All he has to do is ghost-write a science-fiction...

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Shoreline news and updates

Flash Fiction Competition for Shoreline of Infinity Readers 2022

2nd June 2022

Bring the pet of your science fictional imagination to life. You have 1,000 words to tell its story. You may...

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Shoreline of Infinity 31 in Glowing Company at Cymera

12th June 2022

CYmera Festival of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Writing returned to the real world, and Shoreline of Infinity were honoured...

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Shoreline of Infinity partners up with Middlesex University Creative Writing HQ

17th May 2022

We’re honoured to announce that Shoreline of Infinity was invited to become a Creative Partner at Middlesex University’s Creative Writing...

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Shoreline of Infinity 28 now in paperback

15th May 2022

Shoreline of Infinity 28 is now available in print format. This is our our disabled and neurodivergent people’s issue, edited by Jo Ross-Barrett....

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Latest Reviews

Shoreline Favourites of 2021

We asked our reviewers to share some of their 2021 favourites. Yes, it’s not easy working for Shoreline of Infinity … Ann Landmann, Reviews Editor Callum McSorley Favourite book: At...

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It’s the End of the World: But What Are We Really Afraid Of? by Adam Roberts

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...

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To Sleep in a Sea of Stars, by Christopher Paolini

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...

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