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What parts of London are settings in your writing?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Xeno Gilder Mar 17, 2012. 3 Replies

So far I've read White Chapel Gods (a little too violent for me) set in London and of course, Sherlock Holmes and Baker St.I'm curious to see where other writers are setting their stories or novels…Continue

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Story Accepted for Clockwork Chaos Anthology

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Placzkiewicz Feb 9, 2011. 3 Replies

A few weeks ago, I heard from editor, Neal Levin, that my short story, "The Foxglove Broadsides" was accepted for publication in the upcoming anthology, Clockwork Chaos.  This will be my first…Continue

Steampunk Fissure magazine released Nov. 19th

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lia Keyes Dec 7, 2010. 2 Replies

Now available online, Steampunk Fissure magazine from Shadow Archer Press.  Cover Art by Jim Cross Short stories by Tom…Continue

Tags: Extravaganza, Upstate, Fissure, Steampunk

 

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Introduce yourself!
Gail Gray (Greenville, SC) is the owner of Shadow Archer Press where she edits Fissure magazine, including the recently released Steampunk Fissure. She is the author of a novel, Shaman Circus, and two collections of shorts stories, Dark Voices and Memories and Monsters. Her short stories have been published or are upcoming in Morpheus Tales, Sinister Tales, Exquisite Corpse, moonShine Review, The Foliate Oak, Pear Noir!, Dark Gothic Resurrected, Metazen, and the anthology: Cover of Darkness 2009. Her steampunk short story, “The Foxglove Broadsides” will appear in the anthology, Clockwork Chaos. http://www.shadowarcherpress.com/fissuremagazine.htm
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
Like minded individuals interested in supporting steampunk literary, screenwriting, indie film, music and artistic efforts
How did you hear about us?
Matt Delman - Free the Princess

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Gail Gray's Blog

Blame it on Nick Valentino and Thomas Riley

Posted on August 7, 2011 at 6:30am 5 Comments

It was at the SC Literary Convention in 2009, where I first met Nick Valentino. I was in attendance with authors from my small press, Shadow Archer Press and Fissure Magazine and co-writers from our Greenville writers' critique group, The Reedy…

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Review: Boneshaker by Cherie Priest

Posted on August 2, 2011 at 4:30am 3 Comments

I came to this touted in the steampunk genre, with some unease. I didn't quite understand the concept of zombies in the steampunk world, and I have to admit it started off slow for me, being more a history than a character opening. But once I plowed through, I found it to be  a very enjoyable read for a… Continue

"Franklyn" - a movie w/steampunk elements

Posted on July 23, 2011 at 6:49am 0 Comments

I came across…
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Comment Wall (12 comments)

At 3:52pm on November 22, 2010, Lia Keyes said…
Welcome to the Guild, Gail! Delighted to have you here, and many thanks for bringing two new members in your wake, thanks to the link you posted on Facebook!
At 4:23pm on November 22, 2010, Lia Keyes said…
I've just ordered my copy of Steampunk Fissure! :)
At 3:59pm on November 28, 2010, Teagan Oliver said…
Welcome!
At 4:42am on December 4, 2010, Elizabeth Delafield said…
Hi! My book is set in Victorian England; I was very vague in my first draft, and originally thought of the Regency period, but I think setting it later will fit the story better.
At 7:44am on December 4, 2010, C Scott Morris said…
My cred is a short story published on DF_Underground, and online horror zine called Toy Maker's Apprentice. I have a Dark Fantasy/Steampunk novel out to agents at this time, but that's it.
There are some steamypunk erotica anthologies out there. Several, in fact. I dont think they are old enough to have shown up on Duotrope or Ralan yet. Check out Saritza Hernandez, the epub agent with the L Perkins agency. She reps mostly erotica and loves steampunk. She has a blog where she posts calls for submissions for such anthologies. She even reps short stories, and has sold steamypunk shorts to anthologies before.
At 8:03pm on January 31, 2011, Lia Keyes said…
I would love to read your article on the psychology of Steampunk!
At 11:06am on February 5, 2011, Lia Keyes said…
No worries, if their copyright rules don't allow it, just give us a link or some info to how we can read it by putting a blog post up. I don't normally encourage self-promotion on the blog, but I think that counts as educational, or informative, or "of general interest" which fits the focus of the blog perfectly. :)
At 7:39am on March 22, 2011, Dru Pagliassotti said…
Hi, Gail!
At 11:28am on April 10, 2011, Maxwell Cynn said…
Hi Gail, great to see you here.
At 2:08pm on June 13, 2011, Winfield H. Strock III said…
Just met some of the Upstate folks this past weekend. Fun bunch.

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