New stories from: Aliya Whiteley, Robert Runté, Laura Duerr and featuring a Mug Story from Ken MacLeod
SF poetry from: G. Toro
Book Reviews: Warship by Neil Asher, Driftwood by Marie Brennan
Art: Stephen Daly, Andrew Owens, Caroline Grebbell and cover art by Tsu
This issue is published in digital format: PDF, Kindle and ePub
Pilot Issue of the new monthly digital Shoreline of Infinity. It’s an all-women issue to mark International Women’s Day.
New stories from: Bo Balder, Fiona Moore, Laura Watts
SF poetry from: T.D. Walker
Article: Transmitting Tales of the Future into the Future, by Pippa Goldschmidt
Book Reviews: Cat Hellisen reviews Composite Creatures by Caroline Hardaker
Art: Stephen Daly, Jackie Duckworth
This issue is published in digital format: PDF, Kindle and ePub.
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From April 2021 we will be publishing monthly in digital format and twice yearly in paperback.
Published monthly in digital format in PDF, ePub and Kindle formats. Shoreline of Infinity Monthly is a compact version of the magazine, publishing 2 or 3 stories, non-fiction, artwork and reviews.
Two larger (around 160 pages each), twice-yearly (June and December) printed editions of science fiction stories, poetry, art, non-fiction and more. This will include new stories and a selection of stories published in digital editions.
Digital and Print
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Join Jane Yolen and the Shoreline team as we proudly publish and launch her short collection, The Last Robot.
Poems, will be read, chat will be had, jokes may be made.
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Books and Publications
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