Shoreline of Infinity is a science fiction magazine published in Scotland. They are new to the scene, and I was lucky enough to be published in their 8th issue.
In 2018, they won the British Fantasy Society’s award for best magazine, and I couldn’t think of a more deserving winner. Editor-in-chief Noel Chidwick is a pleasure to work with. Their editorial staff works tirelessly to support the writers that are published in the magazine. They host live events, and support the arts and science fiction community of Scotland.
Also, they publish bloody great stories. The Guardian agrees:
“It’s a strong collection from an international lineup of authors, and standouts include two stories exploring the theme of virtual reality. M Luke McDonell’s “See You Later” is a poignant account of how personalised VR can be used and misused in a failing marriage, while in “The Pink Life (La Vie En Rose)” by Nathan Susnik, the protagonist gradually becomes aware of the lie promulgated by his hi-tech reality overlay…”
Give them a try. Pick up the best of their first 11 issues. Digital copies start at about $2.
These stories are chosen as worthy ambassadors for the magazine. Together they represent the character of the magazine – welcoming, challenging, enthralling, a touch mischievous – and of course they’re bloody good stories.
–Shoreline of Infinity