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Publishers of Steampunk works?

Started this discussion. Last reply by AJ Sikes Feb 11. 6 Replies

I know a lot of people are going into self-publishing, that seems to be the mainstream approach these days.But I want to at least try to get my work in with an official publisher. I was thinking of…Continue

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Publishers of Steampunk works?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Steil Jan 19. 2 Replies

I know a lot of people are going into self-publishing, that seems to be the mainstream approach these days.But I want to at least try to get my work in with an official publisher. I was thinking of…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Evan O'Connor Oct 27, 2012. 2 Replies

I'm Evan, I had just gotten my first work published and come November I hope to have a couple other things published as well.Right now I am also working on grinding out a novel set in my original…Continue

 

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Leslie Orton left a comment for Evan O'Connor
"Mr. O'Conner, Of course! Right now, we could drop it into the 9th edition. If you don't have anything written yet, we could bump it to the 10th. Feel better, Leslie"
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"Mr. O'Conner, I have some space in an upcoming edition of The Chronicle. Do you have a story for me? Leslie"
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AJ Sikes replied to Evan O'Connor's discussion Publishers of Steampunk works?
"Just out today, the real story about self-publishing, courtesy of Hugh Howey: http://authorearnings.com/the-report/ "
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"Mr. O'Conner, I was wondering if you had any material for the seventh edition of The Aether Chronicle? We still have plenty of time, but if you had anything for me now I will start setting it up! Leslie"
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Evan O'Connor replied to Evan O'Connor's discussion Publishers of Steampunk works?
"Ahh, well everything's set, just got to mail it in. I'll try them first."
Jan 22
Evan O'Connor replied to Evan O'Connor's discussion Publishers of Steampunk works?
"Thank you!"
Jan 22
Darke Conteur replied to Evan O'Connor's discussion Publishers of Steampunk works?
"There are several Indie publishers who like Steampunk as well. You might look into those too. "
Jan 22
Kent Edward Whittington replied to Evan O'Connor's discussion Publishers of Steampunk works?
"Hello Evan, Tor seems to be the go-to publisher for many steampunk works, but you might give Penguin a go as well.  I recently aquired a copy of "Steampunk Fairy Tales" published by Penguin.  Worth a try!  :-)"
Jan 20
Kevin Steil replied to Evan O'Connor's discussion Publishers of Steampunk works?
"Orbit did Gail Carriger's Parasol protectorate series. Angry robot books did the Jeter reprints Pyr has done several series."
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Leslie Orton left a comment for Evan O'Connor
"The Fourth Edition of The Aether Chronicle! Giant Octopus Attacks London! Read all about it here! Chronicle%234.pdf"
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Leslie Orton replied to Evan O'Connor's discussion Publishers of Steampunk works?
"Hello, My name is Leslie Orton and I publish a Steampunk newspaper that has a writer's section, The Aether Review of Books. I've attached the most recent edition. Let me know if you're interested."
Dec 31, 2013
Jack Tyler replied to Evan O'Connor's discussion Publishers of Steampunk works?
"Spent a decade beating my head against that particular wall.  People do it every day, though.  Get this:…"
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Introduce yourself!
I'm Evan, a budding writer. I've published three things already in my time, and I am working on a novel. I love many things, as you can tell by my website links. Steampunk has been my favorite genre of fiction just because of its wide variety of subject matter, settings, and aesthetic. Also Victorian stuff looks pretty.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
I hope to maybe come up with a few ideas, get inspiration, and get more motivation from fellow writers.
How did you hear about us?
A Steampunk book I had found at Barnes and Noble. The Steampunk Gazette.

Comment Wall (7 comments)

At 12:30pm on October 26, 2012, Lia Keyes said…

Welcome to the Guild, Richard! I'd love to know which Barnes & Noble steampunk book mentioned us so I can thank the author. Do you remember?

At 9:50am on January 18, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

The Fourth Edition of The Aether Chronicle!

Giant Octopus Attacks London! Read all about it here!

Chronicle%234.pdf

At 2:45pm on January 25, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

The Fifth Edition of The Aether Chronicle!

Giant Octopus Still at Large! Feminist Party Stands Bifurcated!

Chronicle%235.pdf

At 5:25pm on February 8, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

Mr. O'Conner,

I was wondering if you had any material for the seventh edition of The Aether Chronicle? We still have plenty of time, but if you had anything for me now I will start setting it up!

Leslie

At 3:55pm on February 11, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

"Extra! Extra! Read All About It! Giant Octopus Removed from Big Ben!

The Aether Chronicle Welcomes New Travel Writer Amelia Owens Kibbey!"

Follow this discussion on my Page and receive new editions of The Aether Chronicle, and catch up on previous editions you may have missed!

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Chronicle%236.pdf

At 3:15pm on February 26, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

Mr. O'Conner,

I have some space in an upcoming edition of The Chronicle. Do you have a story for me?

Leslie

At 9:42am on March 5, 2014, Leslie Orton said…

Mr. O'Conner,

Of course! Right now, we could drop it into the 9th edition. If you don't have anything written yet, we could bump it to the 10th.

Feel better,

Leslie

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Elizabeth Schechter replied to Darke Conteur's discussion Sex in Steampunk
"Modesty and decorum? Are we talking about the same Victorian era? The Victorian era that produced "The Pearl" among other classes of erotic literature? The Victorian era that produced Dante Rosetti and his coterie, who would trade wives,…"
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