Look at it! LOOK! It’s beautiful! Kirsty Henderson took this glorious picture (20 Spec Points if you can name the bridge). Massive thanks to Designandprint Glasgow for doing the layout.
Attention all replicants, reptilians, men in black, hiveminds, jedi, ghostbusters and cyborgs. The Speculative Bookshop has received your data transmission of stories and poems for our upcoming anthology, and we have decided which will be immortalised in the finished product. While
A couple of months ago we decided to make a book. We put out the call for submissions and we got a truly amazing response. It became very clear, very quickly that we were dealing with some extremely high quality material. Now
We’re making a book! We need stories, we need poems, we need flash fiction and we need your illustrations. We will be publishing an anthology later in the year edited by ourselves, Chris Kelso and Sam Small. We are looking for
This is post-apocalyptic London at its grimmest. Frozen bodies line the street in front of looted shops, fire has decimated the city where London Bridge has literally fallen down. Violence is now normal, rape is rife, food is beyond scarce
We all remember “I, Robot” from 2004. This film was released to mixed reviews but did earn an Oscar nomination for “Best Achievement in Visual Effects”. In my opinion, the film was a good stand alone sci-fi action movie but
So, over the weekend I had the pleasure of reading “Brat Pack” a graphic novel by Rich Veitch which was released independently in 1992 (impressive in its own right). It is a no holds barred dark satire that attacks the traditional
Sleepless and paranoid? Me too. It’s now less than a week until our first event this Sunday and those repressed nerves have started to surface in the land of nod – the venue will be overrun by rabbits, a nightmarish
This week is Book Week Scotland so I expect you’ll all be feverishly reading your way through everything Scotland has to offer… maybe. Rather handily, the Scottish Book Trust has compiled a list of the “12 titles no sci-fi lover
This is what I’m up to tonight… “The Fat Man in History” by Peter Carey. Anyone got any thoughts?