Shoreline of Infinity 8: Science Fiction Magazine

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eBook Shoreline of Infinity 8: Science Fiction Magazine It’s the first time I’ve read this publication, and I was very impressed: this issue was full of terrific stories. Three that stood out for me were:Goddess with a Human Heart, by Jeannette Ng: an evocative and beautifully written story of the divine, sacrifice, faith, cruelty, and a glimmer of hope.The Pink Life (La Vie En Rose), by Nathan Susnik: a disturbing and funny tale of a world where you can sell yourself on the stock exchange, and where the real world is hidden beneath a veneer of virtual reality.These Are the Ways, by Premee Mohamed: a fast-paces, moving, and also heart-wrenching science fiction story of war, love, bad decisions, and loss.. Shoreline of Infinity 8: Science Fiction Magazine is a Ebook Stories Targets Eric Brown Goddess with a Human Heart Jeannette Ng The Pink Life La Vie En Rose Nathan Susnik These Are the Ways Premee Mohamed The Black Tide Laura Duerr The Starchitect Barry Charman Arthur Kovic s Days of Change Michael Teasdale The Folger Variation Chris Kelso SF Poetry by Lauren Harwyn, Louise Peterkin, Colin McGuire Cover The RescueStories Targets Eric Brown Goddess with a Human Heart Jeannette Ng The Pink Life La Vie En Rose Nathan Susnik These Are the Ways Premee Mohamed The Black Tide Laura Duerr The Starchitect Barry Charman Arthur Kovic s Days of Change Michael Teasdale The Folger Variation Chris Kelso SF Poetry by Lauren Harwyn, Louise Peterkin, Colin McGuire Cover The Rescue of Sister, by Stephen Pickering Flash Fiction Competition Noise and Sparks Ruth EJ Booth SF Caledonia interview with Chris Kelso Tales of the Beachcomber Mark Toner Stephen Pickering Book Reviews All the Galaxies by Philip Miller The Last Days of New Paris by China Mi ville Raven Stratagem by Yoon Ha Lee Rupert Wong and the Ends of the Earth Gods and Monsters Rupert Wong Book 2 by Cassandra Khaw Ancestral Machines A Humanity s Fire Novel by Michael Cobley The List by Patricia Forde. I m Editor in Chief of Science Fiction magazine, Shoreline of Infinity shorelineofinfinity , published in Scotland.I ve been a reader for as long as I can remember, my tastes tending towards the fantastical rather than the realistic After all, isn t that the point of a story, to be taken to a different place Science Fiction and fantasy is where I have lived and dreamed since I first read Grimm s Stories My teenage years were spent absorbing every word I could find by the likes of Asimov, Clarke, Heinlein, Wyndham, Bradbury, McCaffrey, LeGuin, Moorcock, Ballard, Priest.I loved the early stuff from the 30s and 40s with writers such as E E Smith, Olaf Stapledon and the many other writers who earned their keeping bashing away at typewriters in dark, dust attics And my enjoyment in SF continues unabated with the writings of Stephen Baxter, Charles Stross, Ken MacLeod, Eric Brown, Peter Hamilton.And many Many, many .I ve written on and off over the years, dabbling in SF as a teenager when I had some stories published in fanzines I have recently returned to the words with greater relish, and have released a couple of small collection of tales based on my adopted home town of Edinburgh.I was recently shortlisted for a short crime story competition for Bloody Scotland, and the story is available, along with its fellow shortlistees, as an ebook published by Blasted Heath.. A viral Ebook Shoreline of Infinity 8: Science Fiction Magazine It was with great delight that I found out Shoreline of Infinity, a Scottish Sci-Fi magazine. It was then with an even greater delight that I read it, and found its contents to be superb.As with any anthology, some stories will appeal more than others. To me, "Goddess with a Human Heart", by Jeannette Ng, is the star of this issue, and worth the price of the magazine alone. An Aztec inspired Sci-Fi dystopia, which leaves you wanting to read more about this inventive and original world."The Black Tide", by Laura Duerr, is a second favourite, and an interesting, thought-provoking story.The reviews section was an added plus, as well as the author feature / interview.All in all, Shoreline of Infinity is a very complete magazine, and certainly a valuable read for anyone interested in Sci-Fi. The fact that it is a Scottish publication featuring a diverse array of international authors is the cherry on top.
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  1. Noel Chidwick Eric Brown Jeannette Ng Nathan Susnik Laura Duerr Barry Charman Premee Mohamed Michael Teasdale says:
    I m Editor in Chief of Science Fiction magazine, Shoreline of Infinity shorelineofinfinity , published in Scotland.I ve been a reader for as long as I can remember, my tastes tending towards the fantastical rather than the realistic After all, isn t that the point of a story, to be taken to a different place Science Fiction and fantasy is where I have lived and dreamed since I first read Grimm s Stories My teenage years were spent absorbing every word I could find by the likes of Asimov, Clarke, Heinlein, Wyndham, Bradbury, McCaffrey, LeGuin, Moorcock, Ballard, Priest.I loved the early stuff from the 30s and 40s with writers such as E E Smith, Olaf Stapledon and the many other writers who earned their keeping bashing away at typewriters in dark, dust attics And my enjoyment in SF continues unabated with the writings of Stephen Baxter, Charles Stross, Ken MacLeod, Eric Brown, Peter Hamilton.And many Many, many .I ve written on and off over the years, dabbling in SF as a teenager when I had some stories published in fanzines I have recently returned to the words with greater relish, and have released a couple of small collection of tales based on my adopted home town of Edinburgh.I was recently shortlisted for a short crime story competition for Bloody Scotland, and the story is available, along with its fellow shortlistees, as an ebook published by Blasted Heath.

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  1. It was with great delight that I found out Shoreline of Infinity, a Scottish Sci Fi magazine It was then with an even greater delight that I read it, and found its contents to be superb.As with any anthology, some stories will appeal than others To me, Goddess with a Human Heart , by Jeannette Ng, is the star of this issue, and worth the price of the magazine alone An Aztec inspired Sci Fi dystopia, which leaves you wanting to read about this inventive and original world The Black Tide , by La [...]


  2. It s the first time I ve read this publication, and I was very impressed this issue was full of terrific stories Three that stood out for me were Goddess with a Human Heart, by Jeannette Ng an evocative and beautifully written story of the divine, sacrifice, faith, cruelty, and a glimmer of hope.The Pink Life La Vie En Rose , by Nathan Susnik a disturbing and funny tale of a world where you can sell yourself on the stock exchange, and where the real world is hidden beneath a veneer of virtual re [...]



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