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Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!

In a new interview, Phillip Reeve (author of the Mortal Engines quartet, and the Larklight series) made this statement in relation to his w…

Started by Lia Keyes

77 on Wednesday
Reply by Jack Tyler

Fabulous news to share!

I am gobsmacked!  My debut steampunk novel Cyrus Darian and the Technomicron was shortlisted for the Victorian Steampunk Society's inaugura…

Started by Raven Dane

7 Jun 10
Reply by Scott Kinkade

Free steampunk novel giveaway

Hi everyone,I'm really excited about this. I'm giving away free, no obligation copies of my steampunk novel Discovering Aberration. Why am…

Started by S.C. Barrus

0 Jun 5

Get a free copy of Discovering Aberration in exchange for a review

My novel Discovering Aberration just went live on Amazon and is about to hit all other major ebook retailers tomorrow. I'm giving away free…

Started by S.C. Barrus

0 Feb 19

Pat O'Malley Gets Steampunk'd

If you wish, you can read an advance copy of Steam City Pirates that's now up at NetGalley.  Any feedback or (gasp!) reviews are appreciate…

Started by Jim Musgrave

0 Nov 14, 2013

Boston Metaphysical Society Kickstarter! (Steampunk Webcomic)

 Like steampunk? Ghosts? Tesla? Magnetic monsters? BOSTON METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY Webcomic brings you all that and more. But we need your help…

Started by Madeleine Holly-Rosing

2 Oct 20, 2013
Reply by Madeleine Holly-Rosing

New York Comic Con 2013

Hey fellow steampunkers! I am pleased to announce that I'm going to be at NYCC this year to promote my new YA Time travel novel EXTRACTED A…

Started by Sherry D. Ficklin

1 Oct 16, 2013
Reply by Kevin Steil

New from Circlet Press: House of Sable Locks!

New from Circlet Press -- House of Sable Locks. From Passionate Plume award finalist Elizabeth Schechter comes a steampunk novel of dark…

Started by Elizabeth Schechter

0 Jul 14, 2013

Authors and Artists Invited to Guest Blog at SteamU; The Steampunk University

Dear Authors and Artists, I would like to invite my fellow SWAG Authors and Artists to join me in a new venture on my blog: SteamU; The Ste…

Started by Melanie Karsak

0 Jul 3, 2013

An Interview with the Fabulous Cherries Jubilee

Interview at Steamed with Steampunk shoe designer Cheries Jubilee  an interview with Cherries Jubilee, who is not only a talented dancer bu…

Started by Maeve Alpin

0 Jan 16, 2013

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Jack Tyler replied to Lia Keyes's discussion Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!
"Half the self-appointed experts say that steampunk is a burgeoning new field that's about to take off, the other half say it never had any life, and will be buried next week.  I wish these folks would make up their minds so that I'll…"
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Norman Hugh Redington replied to Lia Keyes's discussion Phillip Reeve Calls for Greater Scientific Plausibility in Steampunk Fiction!
"Here is an example of a new technological development of obvious relevance to steampunk, a press release from MIT issued just today: Steam from the sun --- New sponge-like structure converts solar energy into steam. This would seem like a useful…"
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