Edited by Rachel Plummer and Russell Jones
Come on a journey through time and space, viewing strange lives and meeting even stranger lifeforms from the darkest depths and brightest sparks of the imagination.
This landmark anthology includes more than 170 sci-fi poems by 70 contemporary writers from around the world, including Jane Yolen, Harry Josephine Giles, Sofia Rhei, Jenny Wong, James McGonigal, Fyodor Svarovsky, Joyce Chng, Vincente Luis Mora and Claire Askew.
Stories from Premee Mohamed, Laura Young, Esme Carpenter, Bo Balder, Caroline Grebbell, Tim Major, Rachel Armstrong, Preston Grassmann, Gregg Chamberlain, Dane Divine, Michael Stroh
Poetry by Tris Crest, Charlotte Ozment, Nate Maxson
Plus: The Beachcomber on Mary Shelly and Frankenstein
SF Caledonia featuring Preston Grassmann
Interview: Rachel Armstrong
Launching Multiverse international anthology ofscience fiction poetry Edited by Rachel Plummer and Russell Jones Poetry readings: Finola Scott Hamish Whyte Rachel Rankin Gray Crosbie Sarah
Shoreline of Infinity Event Horizon – Thursday 8th November 2018 – come join the celebrations with Cops and Monsters, Markee de Saw and Bert Finkle, Andrew J Wilson, Aileen Ballentyne and the Award Winners!
Body in the Woods Sarah Lotz NewCon Press, 116 pages. Review by Ian Hunter A couple of years ago I was a juror on the panel that chose the …
Binary System Eric Brown Solaris, 400 pages Review by Lucy Powell An amalgamation of two short novellas, Binary and System, Eric Brown’s Binary System is a novel that quite …
Null States Malka Older Tor, 432 pages Review by Callum McSorley Malka Older returns to the world of The Centenal Cycle with her second book in the series, Null …
Launching Multiverse international anthology ofscience fiction poetryEdited by Rachel Plummer and Russell JonesPoetry readings:Finola ScottHamish WhyteRachel RankinGray CrosbieSarah Stewart April Hillwith readings beamed in from afar...Music from: Edinburgh …