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Releasing debut novel, The Vitruvian Heir

Started by L.S. Kilroy. Last reply by L.S. Kilroy May 27, 2015. 2 Replies

Hello all - I am very excited to be releasing my debut novel, The Vitruvian Heir, a badass futuristic dystopian work with steampunk influence. Below is a description. This month on Facebook (…Continue

Tags: Neo-Victorian, Steampunk, Novel, Writer

Vikings! Cowboys! Steampunk!

Started by Einar Mercier. Last reply by Einar Mercier Apr 9, 2015. 2 Replies

I have always had more ambition than sense.  I decided to create an entire alternate history where Vikings colonized North America above the Mason-Dixon, Gearsmen can overcome mortal injuries with…Continue

L.S. Kilroy's The Vitruvian Heir is available now and getting great reviews!

Started by L.S. Kilroy Feb 7, 2015. 0 Replies

An action packed story set in a future, Neo-Victorian U.S. with a badass heroine, a squadron of lethal "debutantes," and an epic love story - The Vitruvian Heir is now available on Amazon, Kindle,…Continue

A Writer's Charter

Started by Philip Allan Brian Drew Jan 19, 2015. 0 Replies

Being a discussion on whether writers of books which appear on electronic platforms should sign up to a charter; and what that charter should be. With this year being the eight hundredth anniversary…Continue

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Comment by Paul Marlowe on November 12, 2010 at 1:49pm
What ho, Aethernauts!

At my website http://paulmarlowe.com/pm/rm.htm
you can download a free podcast of the radio play made from my short story "The Resident Member".
Comment by Lee Ann Farruga on November 12, 2010 at 5:08pm
Hello Darlings,

Steampunk Canada is a national organization founded to connect steampunks across the nation, keep them up to date on steampunk news and events and support our home grown artists of every medium.
Comment by Emilie P. Bush on November 17, 2010 at 10:20am
My book is on sale at Kindle! Just three bucks! Chenda and the Airship Brofman is a 2010 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Semi-finalist, and well reviewed by Amazon customers as well. Go check it out!

http://www.amazon.com/Chenda-Airship-Brofman-Steampunk-ebook/dp/B00...
Comment by Michelle Black on November 17, 2010 at 10:28am
Hello everyone! I have a website that lists my novels and the basic info about me at: www.michelleblack.com
I have a blog at www.thevictorianwest.com where I write about my various Steampunk activities, travels, and interesting people. (And I already know I am going to meet some interesting people on this website!)
Can't wait to get to know you all.
Comment by Shelley HW on November 19, 2010 at 12:01pm
Hiya, I am an unpublished young adult author with too many w.i.p. to possibly finish in this lifetime. I am published in the e book industry under another pen name, but those two paths (hopefully) never cross. My website, http://shelleyhw.wordpress.com is a second home for me, one where I can meet authors, show case graphic art, talk about fantasy worlds, and, of course, writing. It's my goal to feature other authors and artists who write/design/create under the steampunk, fantasy, or science fiction genre. If you do jewelry, poetry, fiction, photography, etc... I'd love to hear from you, and, possibly bring a little spotlight on your profile.

Contact me here, there, and everywhere, just about.
Comment by Samuel E Kirkman Jr. on November 30, 2010 at 4:17pm
Hello everyone. So pleased to make your acquaintances. I'm happy to introduce myself. I represent a collaborative collective of young talents currently engaged in the execution of a Steampunk themed anthology.
We are the Anthology 8. You are invited to see what we are all about by visiting http://illopond.com Hope to get to know everyone here better and soon hopefully see what creative endeavors your pursuing.
Cheers!
Comment by Hugh Ashton on November 30, 2010 at 5:09pm
My novel, Beneath Gray Skies, has had pretty good reviews on Amazon, etc. and features a pretty realistic Zeppelin - the Bismarck (based on a mix of LZ127 and LZ129). It's more alternate history than steampunk, more heliumpunk I suppose, but it does have a real appeal to steampunk readers.

It's available as a free download in a variety of ebook formats from my site or from Smashwords. The print version is available from different Amazons (links on the site).
Comment by Gail Gray on December 1, 2010 at 3:42am

My small press, Shadow Archer Press, has just released the steampunk issue of the magazine we've produced for three years. Steampunk Fissure offers 10 short stories, 6 poems and one non-fiction piece. More info available on the website. I am currently at work on a steampunk Neo-Victorian adventure novel and my magical realism novel, Shaman Circus, was published by ATTM Press and is available on Amazon. I have had a number of dark fantasy, magical realism and gothic horror short stories published over the years, and my first steampunk story, The Foxglove Broadsides, will appear in the anthology, Clockwork Chaos.
Comment by Madeline Carol Matz on December 1, 2010 at 1:59pm

Hello, all. By way of introducing myself, I am Madeline Carol Matz, aka M. C. Matz, as artist and illustrator. I specialize in the subject matter of the fantastic set in vintage settings.
You can set my work at my website, www.mcmatz.com, purchase originals and gorgeous metallic prints at

mcmatz.etsy.com and get various, customizable merchandise at zazzle.com/m_c_matz. If you see a piece of my art you would like available at zazzle, please contact me at madeline@mcmatz.com.
I am also available for illustration work and private commissions.
Comment by Jenna Huffman on January 10, 2011 at 6:47pm
Hello, fellow punks of steam!  I thought I'd pop in and add another bit to The Emporium.  I have been working diligently on taking a stab at being an editor, and welcome any and all inquiries.  Have you finished a book recently and just need a second set of eyes?  Are you mid-way through and find yourself stuck?  Please let me know!  I'd be glad to proofread or offer more substantive editing services, as you require them.  You can find my editing blog at http://jhuffman.weebly.com!

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Well I just started here so I guess it would be good to introduce myself.  My name is John and I'm from Texas.  Been into Steampunk for about 10 years now and like most things that are addictive its been my constant thought through out the last 10 years.  I am currently working on a novel set right about the time of the Romanov's demise.  I do most of my writing on either 2 1920's L.C. Smith & Corona typewriters or by fountain pen.  Tried writing on a computer once till I put the floppy…See More
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