Author Archives: Pippa Goldschmidt

Arp, Arp and me

Last week I went to the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art to see Cut and Paste, an exhibition of collages. One of the works included from the early twentieth century is ‘According to the Laws of Chance’, created by the German/French artist Hans/Jean Arp in 1933 when he ripped a sheet of black paper […]

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The Moon in Bradford

I’m taking part in an event at the Bradford Literary Festival (on 29 June) to celebrate and examine space exploration 50 years after Apollo 11’s landing on the Moon. I’ll be discussing this with science writer and editor Oliver Morton.

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Scotland in Space

I’m part of a project called Social Dimensions of Outer Space and have contributed a short story exploring the notion of a future Scottish spaceport (it’s going to happen, kids) ‘Welcome to Planet Alba’, which will be read and discussed at this event on 23rd May with other SF authors Russell Jones and Laura Lam. […]

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Heidelberger Literaturtage

I’m going back to Heidelberg (after being a writer-in-residence there last year) and reading in two events at their ‘Literaturtage’ in May. On 18th May I’ll be reading my essay which examines the meaning of ‘being at home’ in Germany for someone like me, who has German ancestry. Later on that evening I’m reading SF […]

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Corroding the Now

I’m giving a talk at this academic-poetic conference ‘Corroding the Now‘ in London on 12-13 April. This is allegedly the first major academic event dedicated to exploring the links between poetry, science and science fiction. I’ll be talking about how our perception of the night sky is increasingly mediated by technology, and what poetry says […]

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A Place They Called Home

My essay ‘A random walk between Germany and Scotland’ is included in ‘A Place They Called Home’; an anthology of work by Jewish people exploring their new German citizenship, edited by Donna Swarthout and published by Berlinica Press.

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A Year of Scottish Poems

My poem ‘Physics for the unwary student’  (one of the Best Scottish Poems of 2016) is included in a beautiful new anthology; ‘A Year of Scottish Poems’, edited by Gaby Morgan and published by Pan Macmillan.

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Best Sci-Fi of the year!

The German translation of my short story collection, ‘Von der Notwendigkeit, den Weltraum zu Ordnen‘, is one of the best SF books of the year, according to Tor-online.de. I’m all smiles…

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‘Moonrise’ and ‘Lost Mars’ SF anthologies review

I recently had published in the TLS a review of two SF anthologies; ‘Moonrise’ and ‘Lost Mars’, both edited by Mike Ashley and published as part of the Science Fiction Classics series by the British Library.

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Multiverse – SF poetry anthology

I’m chuffed that four of my poems are included in Multiverse, the upcoming anthology of SF poetry to be published by award-winning Shoreline of Infinity (British Fantasy Society Award 2018 for best magazine!) in December.

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