Tag Archives: Fiction

Call for Submissions

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 submissions … Continue reading

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Our next event: Jan 17th

The Speculative Bookshop Presents… Event number FOUR. Put down the kale smoothies and stop that weird lunging thing in the hall – the Guardian has “debunked” detoxing anyway. Get down to the Old Hairdressers, 17th Jan, 8 p.m. for a … Continue reading

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The High Flight Issue 4 out now!

This month I had the pleasure of reviewing Kirsty Logan‘s The Rental Heart And Other Fairytales.  Kirsty was also kind enough to answer a few questions for us. The book is beautiful and has caused quite the stir all over, … Continue reading

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Hello Speculative Bookshop! From Sam Small

My names Sam Small, I’m an amateur poet from Glasgow. I first became aware of the Speculative Bookshop when they asked me to read some sci-fi poems at one of their first events in the Old Hairdressers. I had a … Continue reading

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What I read this…. BEDLAM by Christopher Brookmyre

Ross Baker; our lead man is a computer scientist based in Stirling. He going through a rough patch in his relationship, he is overworked and under-appreciated and feels like all his work efforts are getting him nowhere. So when offered … Continue reading

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What I read this week…. Virtual Girl by Amy Thomson

Virtual Girl is the story about Maggie, the first android ever built. Maggie was created by (academic loner) Arnold, on the run from of an oppressive multi-millionaire father, he is using his trust fund to experiment with AI which has been … Continue reading

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